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]

C

  • CADDON, Edward of Kilkenny. Grenadier Captain, Colonel John Grace’s Regiment of Infantry. Formerly a merchant.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 564, 572.
  • CADDON, James. Lt, Eward Caddon’s Coy, Colonel John Grace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 564.
  • CAHANE, Owen. Lt., McDaniell’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310; D’Alton v. 2, 368.
  • CAHANE, Roger. Colonel, Roger Cahane's Regiment, Ireland.
    Source: Murphy (2007).
  • CAHILL, Daniel. Cornet, Sir Thomas Crosby’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • CAHIR, Lord -. Captain, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • CAIRNEY, Sir Charles. Major-General. OC EARL OF DUBLIN’s. Commission revoked by King William.
    Source: Glozier (2004), 244.
  • CALANAN, -. Lt, O’Neal’s Troop, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • CALDER, Sir Thomas of Moretoun. Prisoner, Carlisle Dec 1716.
    Source: St AUL/Cheap/pp5.537; Dobson (1993).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CALDERWOOD, William. QM in 1715. Formerly in Dutch service. P, Preston.
    Source: CS V. 41/160.
    Classification: Dutch service, Prisoner.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Lt, Roche’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Lt, Callaghan’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Captain, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Ensign, Owen McCarty’s Coy, Colonel Roger McEllicott’s Regiment of Infrantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 735.
  • CALLAGHAN [CALLAHAN], -. Ensign, Fitz-Gerald’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • CALLAGHAN [CALLAHAN], -. Ensign, Murphy’s Coy, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316.
  • CALLAGHAN, Cornelius. Captain, Hugh Sutherland’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 209.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Major, Thomas Maxwell's Dragoon's. King's army, Ireland 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton, 458.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Captain, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 114.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Lt, Gibbons’ Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Lt, Power’s Coy, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 114.
  • CALLAGHAN, -. Captain, Irish Picquets. K, Perth.
    Source: MR.
  • CALLAGHAN, Art. Lt, Edmond Reilly’s Coy, Colonel Edmund O’Reilly’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 745.
  • CALLAGHAN, Auliffe. Ensign, Garrett Fitzgerald’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • CALLAGHAN, Cornelius. Lt, Nicholas Browne’s Coy, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • CALLAGHAN, Denis. Lt, Mark Talbot’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • CALLAGHAN [CALLAHANE], John. Ensign, Donogh O’Callaghan’s Coy, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • CALLAGHAN [CALLAHANE], Owen. Ensign, George Trapp’s Coy, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • CALLAGHAN, Thady. Captain, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • CALLANAN [CALLANANE], Rev. -. Chaplain, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 665, 684.
  • CALLANAN, -. Lt, Colonel Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 665.
  • CALLANAN [CALLANANE], -. Ensign, Hugh Madden’s Coy, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • CALLANAN, -. Surgeon, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • CALLANAN, Alexander. Captain, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • CALLANAN [CALLANANE], Florence. Lt, Hugh Madden’s Coy, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • CALLANAN [CALLANANE], John. Lt, Alexander Callanan’s Coy, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • CAMERON of Lochiel. Colonel, 1689.
    Source: Hopkins (1998).
  • CAMERON of Lochiel, ygr. Lt-Col, 1689.
    Source: Hopkins (1998).
  • CAMERON, Alexander of Dungallon. Major in Lochiel's and Royal Standard Bearer. Surrendered 6 March 1746, discharged 11 October 1749.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CAMERON, Alexander of Druimnasallie. Captain, Lochiel's. K, Fort William.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CAMERON, Allan of Callart. Captain, Lochiel's. W Culloden. T, Banished.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CAMERON, Allan, yr of Callart. Lt, Lochiel's. Escaped.
  • CAMERON, Allan , of Lundavra. Lt, Lochiel's. Escaped.
  • CAMERON, Allan , yr of Lundavra. Lt, Lochiel's. K. Prestonpans.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CAMERON, Allan. Officer, Lochiel's. Brother to Glen Nevis. K, Culloden.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CAMERON, Dr Archibald. Lt-Col, Lochiel's. Executed 1753.
    Classification: Executed.
  • CAMERON, Archibald of Auchenellen. Officer, Lochiel's. Surrendered, discharged 9 June 1746.
    Source: MR.
  • CAMERON, Donald of Lochiel (1695-1748). 19th Chief of the Name. Colonel, Lochiel's. W, Culloden. Colonel of the Regiment d'Albanie in the French service, based in Bergues, at the time of his death in October 1748.
    Classification: French service.
  • CAMERON, Donald of Glenpean. Captain, Lochiel's. Escaped.
  • CAMERON, Donald Mor of Erracht. Adjutant, Lochiel's. Escaped.
  • CAMERON, Donald. Officer in Lochiel's. Brewer.
    Source: MR.
  • CAMERON, Duncan Mor. Officer, Lochiel's. Brewer.
  • CAMERON, Sir Ewan of Lochiel. Colonel of Lochiel’s in 1689, 1715.
  • CAMERON, Ewan. Ygr of Lochiel's.'Took a number if the clan to Jamaica in 1734'.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • CAMERON, Ewen of Dawnie. Captain, Glen Nevis coy, Lochiel's.
  • CAMERON, Ewen of Inverlochy. Captain, Lochiel's
  • CAMERON, Ewen. Officer, Lochiel's. Uncle to Callart. T, Fort William, transported.
    Classification: Transport.
  • CAMERON, Ewen. Officer, Lochiel's. Brother to Druimnasallie. K (wounds), Culloden.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CAMERON, Finlay. Officer, Lochiel's. Escaped to Canada.
  • CAMERON, Hugh of Annock. Captain, Lochiel's. T nr Fort William.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CAMERON, Hugh. Officer, Lochiel's. W, T 1 February 1746, Ex Carlisle 18 October.
    Classification: Executed.
  • CAMERON, James (d1759). Captain in Ecossais Royales.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
    Classification: French service.
  • CAMERON, James. Ensign, Lochiel's. K, Prestonpans.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CAMERON, John of Lochiel. Colonel in 1719.
    Source: Spiers et al (2014), 357.
  • CAMERON, John of Lochiel (d1762). 20th Chief of the Name, 1748-62. Colonel of Lochiel's Régiment d'Albanie in the service of France.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
    Classification: French service.
  • CAMERON, John. Captain, Lochiel's. Escaped.
  • CAMERON, John. Of Lochiel. Captain, Régiment d'Albanie.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
    Classification: French service.
  • CAMERON of Dunavourd, John. Subaltern in Murray's Regiment, 1715. Prisoner, Preston.
    Source: CS V. 161; Dobson (1993).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CAMERON, John McEwan, Lord Cameron of Lochiel. Colonel of Lochiel’s, 1719.
  • CAMERON, John. Subaltern, Lord Charles Murray's, 1715.
    Source: NRS RH 1/2/494.
  • CAMERON, John. Officer, Lochiel's. Brother to Callart. K (wounds), Culloden.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CAMERON, John. Officer, Lochiel's. Chelsea Pensioner. Escaped.
  • CAMERON, Ludovic of Torcastle. Lt-Col, 2nd bn, Lochiel's. Lochiel's uncle. Escaped. Captain in the Irish Brigades, recruiting in Scotland late 1740s.
    Source: NLS MS 98 f. 79.
    Classification: French service.
  • CAMERON, Samuel. Reported Lt in Brigades, recruiting in Scotland.
    Source: NLS MS 98 f. 79.
    Classification: French service.
  • CAMOCKE, George. Admiral for James in Rising of 1715, former Royal Navy Captain. Captain, November 1715. Still captain 31 March 1718. Admiral by 1718.
    Source: HMC SP I:483; VI:235; VII:596; Fox (2010), 277-303.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • CAMPBELL of Glenyon. Officer in Breadalbane's, 1715.
    Source: HMC IV:17.
  • CAMPBELL-. Captain in 1745. Son of laird of Glenlyon. Lurking.
    Source: Rosebery; McDonnell Perthshire.
  • CAMPBELL of Tornagrew, Grantully. Ensign, John Roy Stewart's. K Culloden.
    Classifucation: KIA.
  • CAMPBELL, Alexander, Ensign in Chisholm's Strathglass Coy. Distiller, Kilmorack. K, Culloden.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CAMPBELL, Archibald (Roy). Captain in Atholl Brigade, 1745, youngest son of John Campbell of Glenlyon. Pardoned, Lt. in Fraser's Highlanders, wounded Quebec.
    Source: ChronAtholl; MR.
    Classification: British service.
  • CAMPBELL, Charles. Lt, John Roy Stewart's. Excise Officer. T, KE.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Prisoner, KE.
  • CAMPBELL, Colin of Ormadale. Brigadier, 1715. In Pesaro, Borgo San Sepolcro and Lentano, 1717; returned to France with Tullibardine and at Toulouse by May.
    Source: Ingamells (1997); Szechi (2006).
  • CAMPBELL, Colin of Glendaruel. Brigadier; Ormadale's cousin. At Rome 1720.
    Source: Ingamells (1997); Spiers et al (2014), 357.
  • CAMPBELL, Duncan. Subaltern in Charles Murray's, 1715. Prisoner, Preston.
    Source: CS V. 161; Dobson (1993); NRS RH 1/2/494.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CAMPBELL, Duncan. Brother to Laird of Dunneves, Fortingall. Officer, Atholl Brigade.
    Source: Rosebery, MR.
  • CAMPBELL, John of Kinloch (1711-?46). Captain or Lt in John Roy Stewart's. K. Culloden or T Inverness.
    Source: ChronAtholl, McDonnell, Jacobites of Perthshire; MR.
    Classification: KIA, Prisoner.
  • CAMPBELL, John. Captain, John Roy Stewart's, from Kinloch, Little Dunkeld. Prisoner, Inverness, shipped south on Thane of Fife.
    Source: Rosebery.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CAMPBELL, Mungo. Officer, Atholl Brigade. From Glenalmond.
    Source: ChronAtholl; MR.
  • CAMPBELL, Mungo. Ensign in MacGregor's. Imprisoned in Perth, 23 March 1747, bailed 11 July.
    Source: Rosebery.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CAMPBELL, William. Lt, Ogilvy's. Seaman and son to Carsegownie. T, escaped Sweden.
    Source: MR.
  • CAMPBELL. Brigadier, 1715. Prisoner at Carlisle, Dec 1716.
    Source: StAUL/Cheap/p5.537; Dobson (1993). Possibly a duplicate reference.
  • CAMUS, Jean Le.Major-General in Ireland.
    Source: Childs (2007).
  • CANNOCK, William. Lt.-Col. In Lord Bophin's in Ireland.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • CANNON, Alexander. Brig-Gen (1689); Major-General and GOC Jacobite Army in Scotland, 1690-91.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 f. 1; Stevenson (2004), 17; Childs (2007); Hopkins (1998). Major-General Commission May 1692 and at Dunkirk (HMC SP I:73-75).
  • CANTILLON, -. QM, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry. He followed King James to France, distinguished himself at Malplaquet in 1709, and received the Cross of the Order of St Louis.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605, 614.
    Classification: French service.
  • CANTILLON, Rev. -. Chaplain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • CARBERRY, -. Surgeon, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • CAREW, -. Ensign, Morrow’s Coy, Colonel Owen McCarthy’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 682.
  • CAREW, -. Subaltern officer/chaplain named in O'Donovan papers.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • CAREW, Thomas. QM, Lord Dunsany’s Troop, Luttrell’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 189, 208-09.
  • CAREY, John. Viscount Hunsdon. Colonel, Lord Hunsdon’s Regiment, Ireland, 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; Childs (2007), 164.
  • CAREY, Robert, Lord Hunsdon. Colonel, Lord Hunsdon’s Regiment of Infantry. One of the officers who, early in 1689, came over from France to Ireland to serve King James. The Regiment styled by his name is not to be found on the muster roll later than 1690. He became the sixth Baron Hunsdon on the death of John Carey, the fifth Lord.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 767.
  • CAREY, Thomas. Ensign, John Roche’s Coy, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • CARNABY, Richard. Cornet, 1715. From Hexham.
    Source: Gooch (1995).
  • CARNEGIE, Charles. Son to late Sheriff Depute, Lt, 7th coy, Panmure's Regiment of Foot: 2sgts, 2 cpls, 32 men, roll 39, plus Lt Harry Auchinleck of 5th coy as QM; in Lille, 1716.
    Source: NRS GD45.1.201.
  • CARNEGIE, David. Cavalry officer, in Sweden 1746.
    Source: Dobson (1995).
  • CARNEGIE, George (1727/8-). Captain, 1st (Elcho's) Troop, Lifeguards, and brother to Sir James. Merchant apprentice, Montrose; escaped Sweden.
    Source: MR.
  • CARNEGIE, James. Surgeon, 2nd bn Ogilvy's and surgeon in Brechin. Pardoned.
    Source: MR.
  • CARNEGIE, James of Boysack. Envoy to Switzerland, 6 November 1716.
    Source: Ruvigny.
    Classification: Diplomat.
  • CARNEGIE, James yr of Balnamoon (1713-91).Captain, 2nd bn Ogilvy's (Forfarshires), 1745 and DL of Forfar. Escaped to Sweden, 1746. Eldest s of Alexander- or T acquitted.
    Source: MR; Behre (1982); MR1914; P1745.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CARNEGIE, James of Balmachie. Ensign, 1st Arbroath Coy, 1st bn Ogilvy's (Forfarshires). Prisoner Dundee 1746; pardoned.
    Source: Rosebery; MR 1914: MR.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CARNEGIE, John. Captain, Logie's Regiment, 1715. Prisoner, Preston.
    Source: CS V. 161; Dobson (1993); NRS RH 1/2/494.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CARNEGIE, James, Earl of Southesk (b 4 April 1692). Colonel of Southesk's Regiment of Horse Squadron, 1715. Escaped to France, 1715.
    Source: JAB.
  • CARNEGIE, James. Earl of Southesk. At Urbino, 1717-18.
    Source: Corp 2009.
  • CARNEGY, James of Finaven. Captain, 11th coy, Panmure's Regiment of Foot, 1715, 2 sgts, 2 cpls, 44 men, roll 50. Prisoner Carlisle December 1716.
    Source: St AUL Cheap MS 5/537; NRS GD45.1201; Dobson (1995).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CARNEGY, James. Surgeon, fought at Sheriffmuir, possibly P Carlisle Dec 1716.
    Source: StAUL Cheap MS 5/537; Dobson, (1995).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CARNEGY, James of Findowry, Brechin. DL of Angus, 1745.
    Source: Rosebery.
  • CARNEGY, John. Lt in 1715.
    Source: Szechi (2006).
  • CARNEY [CARNY], -. Lt, Richard Butler’s Coy, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • CARNEY, -. Lt, Butler’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • CARNEY, James. Lt, Bartholomew Russell’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4.
  • CARR, -. Ensign, Conn McGuinness’ Troop, Bryan, Lord Iveagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 729.
  • CARROLL [CAROL], -. Captain, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • CARROLL, -. Captain, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605.
  • CARROLL, -. Lt, W. Russell’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • CARROLL, -. Ensign, W. Russell’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • CARROLL, -. Lt, Gernon’s Coy, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • CARROLL, Ambrose. Cornet in Viscount Galmoy’s troop, Galmoy’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • CARROLL, Anthony. Brigadier, King's Army, 1690.
    Source: Childs (2007).
  • CARROLL, Anthony. Captain, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 283; D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • CARROLL, Anthony. Lt, Anthony Carroll’s Coy, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 283, D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • CARROLL, Charles, Lt-Col. Lord Galway's Regiment of Horse, Ireland, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • CARROLL, Charles. Second Lt.-Col., Viscount Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95, 283.
  • CARROLL, Daniel. Ensign, John Carroll’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291
  • CARROLL, Daniel. Ensign, Lord Galmoy’s Infantry.
    SOurce: D’Alton, 283.
  • CARROLL, Francis of Dublin. Lt.-Col, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons, thereafter Colonel of Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons. Commission 10 November 1688. Ireland 2 June 1690. Later Brigadier. As Brigadier he commanded Colonel MacFineen’s, Colonel MacCarty’s and two more regiments, on the 11th April 1691; they went to Iniskean to advance upon frontiers. They were driven off by Colonel Ogleby. The following month he was stationed in Ross, acting as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty’s army in the Counties of Kerry and Cork. On the formation of the Irish Brigades in France he was constituted Colonel of the Queen’s Dismounted Dragoons. He fell in the Battle of Marsaglia, October 1693.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; Childs (2007), D’Alton, 256, 263, 282; D’Alton, 431, 432.
    Classification: French service, KIA.
  • CARROLL, James. Captain, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons, originally Cornet in Carroll’s Troop; Major in October 1691. Commissioned 30 July 1689.
    Source: D’Alton, 256, 282, 284.
  • CARROLL, James. Lt, Colonel Carroll’s Troop,  Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • CARROLL, James. Ensign, Anthony Carroll’s Coy, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 283; D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • CARROLL, John. Captain, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • CARROLL, John. Captain, Lord Galmoy’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 283.
  • CARROLL, Laurence. Ensign, Lord Galmoy’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 283.
  • CARROLL, Lawrence. Ensign, Cornelius Horan’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • CARROLL, Miles. Lt, Ivorie’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • CARROLL, Nicholas. Ensign, Edward Warren’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton, 283; D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • CARROLL, Patrick. Ensign, Garrett Byrne’s Coy, Earl of Westmeath’s, late Colonel Francis O’Toole’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 283; D’Alton v. 2, 469.
  • CARROLL, Terence. Lt.-Col. Brigadier Francis Carroll's Dragoons, Ireland 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton, 431.
  • [O’]CARROLL, Turenne. Lt.-Col. King’s Dismounted Dragoons. KIA Marsaglia, 1693.
    Source: D’Alton, 284.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CARROLL, William. Lt, Lord Galmoy’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 283.
  • CARROLL, William. Lt, James Carroll’s Troop,  Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • CARROLL, William. Lt, John Carroll’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • CARROLL, William. Ensign, Dominick Ferriter’s Coy, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • CARTER, Thomas. Lt, William Reeves’ Troop, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316.
  • CARTY, Charles. Ensign, Miles de Coursy’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • CARTY, Teigue. Ensign, Edmund Ferriter’s Coy, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • CASINONE, Peter. QM, Tyrconnel’s Troop, Tyrconnel’s Horse. Wounded or KIA, Derry.
    Source: D’Alton, 40, 94.
  • CASTLECONNEL, Lord -. Colonel, Lord Castleconnel's Regiment of Foot, Ireland. Under-strength and disbanded.
    Source: Murphy (2007).
  • CATALIER, -. Lt, Porter’s Coy, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • CATTENACH, John. Lieutenant, Mar's Bn, 1715. Prisoner, Preston.
    Source: CS V.161; Dobson (1993).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CAVANAGH [CAVENAGH], -. Ensign, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • CAVANAGH [CAVENAGH], Charles of Carrick-Duff. Colonel, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton v. 2, 383, 386.
  • CAVANAGH [KAVANAGH], Denis. Lt, Walter Esmond’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • CAVANAGH, Thomas. Lt, Colonel’s Troop, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • CAVENAGH, Ed. Captain, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • CAVENAGH [KAUVENAGH], Edmund. Ensign, Robert Esmond’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • CAVENAGH, Garrett. QM, Duke of Tyrconnell’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 386.
  • CAVENAGH, Ignatius of Carrick-Duff. Grenadier Captain, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry. Outlawed in 1691
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383, 386.
  • CAVENAGH [‘KAVENAGH’], Morgan. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • CAVENAGH, Symon. Captain, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • CAW, John. QM, John Roy Stewart's. T, transported (MR).
  • CAW, Ludovic. Surgeon, Perth's and in Crieff (MR).
  • CHADWICK, Thomas. Lt., Manchester Regiment. Tallow Chandler. T, Executed 30 July 1746.
  • CHALMERS, Charles. Major, Mar's Bn, 1715. Prisoner. Possibly the Charles Chalmers of Portlethen identified as being K Sheriffmuir by Sir Malcolm Innes (BOEC ns 1:4).
    Source: Dobson (1993); ChronAtholl.
    Classification: Prisoner, KIA.
  • CHALMONT, Charles de Sant Ruhe, MARQUIS DE SAINT RUHE.
  • CHAMBERLAIN, -. Ensign, Bartholomew’s Russell’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4.
  • CHAPPELL [CHAPELL], John of Cork. Maj, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry. He was a Lt-Col at Aughrim, where he was taken prisoner.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton v. 2, 434, 784.
  • CHARLETON, -. Ensign, Power’s Coy, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 114.
  • CHEVERS [CHEEVERS], -. Captain. Killed at the siege of Derry, 1689.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 785.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CHEVERS, -. Captain, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • CHEVERS, -. Lt, Roth’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • CHERNOCK, Robert. Lt., Eccleston’s Troop, John Parker’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 223.
  • CHETHAM. Lt.-Colonel at Dunkirk, 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I: 74-75.
  • CHISHOLM, John. Lt, Chisholm of Strathglass Coy. Servant to the Chisholm. W, Culloden.
    Source: MR.
  • CHISHOLM, Roderick Og. Captain of the Chisholm of Strathglass Coy. 5th son to the Chief of the Name. K. Culloden.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CHRICHTON, William, Captain, Panmure's 4th Coy, 1715: 2 sgts, 2 cpls, 31 men and chaplain, roll 39.
    Source: NRS GD 45/1/201.
  • CHRISTY, John. Adjutant in Perth's. Sgt in RA, T Falkirk. T Culoden, Executed 30 April 1746.
    Source: MR.
  • Classification: Executed.
  • CLANCARTY, Earl of. Colonel, Clancarty's, King's army, Ireland 2 June 1690 and at Aughrim. Commander of Irish Troop of Guards in room of Lord Lucan, 14 August 1693.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; TCD MS 2199 f. 29; HMC SP I:79.
    Classification
    : French Service.
  • CLANCHY, Thomas. Cornet, Quin’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • CLANCY, -. Lt, Lord Howard’s Troop, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • CLANC[H]Y, John. Lt, Richard Fagan’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 342; D’Alton v. 2, 4.
  • CLANRICARDE, Earl of. Colonel, Clanricarde's Regiment of Foot, King's army, Ireland 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • CLARE, Lord -. Colonel, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • CLARK, -. Ensign from Dumbarton’s at Lille.
    Source: Glozier (2004), 238.
  • CLARK, Alexander. Captain. Shipmaster in Portsoy/Banff, 1715. P, Newgate.
    Source: JAB 15.
    Classification: Naval, Prisoner.
  • CLARK, Henry. Lt. and Commissary, Mackintosh's. Gentleman, Canongate. T, died November 1746.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CLARK, John. QM, Macpherson of Cluny's. At home.
    Source: MR.
  • CLARKE, Patrick. Captain, Berwick's and Irish Picquets. T Culloden, discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • CLEERE, Ignatius. Commander of the privateer The Dolphin, 6 March 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:69.
    Classification: Naval.
  • CLEER [CLEAR, CLEERE], Symon of Downamore. Lt, Edmund Butler’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579, 591.
  • CLEMENTS, John. Ensign, John Clements’ Troop, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • CLEMENTS, John. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • CLEPHANE, William (d1727). Lt.-Col. Then Colonel and Adjutant-General in 1715, paid 20 gns on 7 November 1715 by Mar. In Rome, 1717-21, living with Viscount Southesk in the Strada Vittoria at Easter in the latter year; in Urbino, 1717-18.
    Source: Ingamells (1997); Corp (2009); HMC SP I:175; IV:17.
  • CLIFFORD, -. Cornet, Simon Wyer’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • CLIFFORD, Henry. Cornet, James Fitzgerald’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • CLIFFORD, Robert. Colonel, Clifford's Dragoons, Ireland 2 June 1690. Later Brigadier.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; Childs (2007); D’Alton, 402.
  • CLIFFORD, William. Lt, James Fitzgerald’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • CLINCH, James. Captain, Sir Maurice Eustace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 443.
  • CLINTON, -. Ensign, Clinton’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.CLINTON, -. Captain, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry. Probably identifiable as Thomas of Clintonstown in Louth.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304, 312.
  • CLINTON, -. Lt, Clinton’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • CLONSHINGE, -. Lt-Col, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • COCHRANE, William. Captain, 1st bn Atholl Brigade. Factor to Lord Nairne. Active in persuading tenants to rise; at home.
    Source: Rosebery, MR; McDonnell Jacobites of Perthshire.
  • COCKBURNE, John. Major, at Urbino, 1717-18; agent on a mission to Bologna, August to December 1717.
    Source: HMC SP V: 218, 235, 253, 596; Corp 2009.
    Classification: Diplomat.
  • COGAN, James. Lt, Dermott McAuliffe’s Coy, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 498, 637.
  • COGAN, Philip. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • COGAN [COGGAN], William. Subaltern officer/chaplain named in O'Donovan papers.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • COGHLAN, Cornelius. Lt, John McCoghlan’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • COGHLAN, Edmund. Ensign, Edmund Mooney’s Coy, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • COGHLAN, John. Captain, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • COGHLAN, Terence. Captain, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton, 402, 416.
  • ‘COKELY’, -. Lt, Sexton’s Coy, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • COLBERT, Lancelot Cuthbert. Major, Royal Scots. T, Culloden. Banished.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • COLEMAN, Anthony. Lt, John Hamilton’s Coy, John Hamilton’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 69.
  • COLIENO, Pierre. 2nd Captain, Spanish Navy. T Culloden, discharged.
    Source MR.
    Classification: Naval, Spanish service.
  • COLLAMORE, John. Ensign, Oliver Stephenson’s Coy, Colonel Roger McEllicott’s Regiment of Infrantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 735.
  • COLLIER, Captain. At Urbino, 1717-18.
    Source: Corp (2009).
  • COLLINS, William. Cornet, Arthur Galway’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • COLLOE, John. Captain in Buchan's forces, taken 1690.
  • COLQUHON, Charles. Commissary, 1745. Wright, St. Cuthbert's.
    Source: MR.
  • COLQUHOUN, Duncan. Lt, Ecossais Royales; deserter, Pauk's. T, Culloden. Executed 28 April 1746.
    Classification: Deserter, Executed.
  • COLT, David of Ballyammon. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489, 491.
  • COLT, Edmund. Lt, David Colt’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • COLT, Richard. Ensign, David Colt’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • COLVILLE, Hon. George. Brother to Lord Colville, physician in Dundee and surgeon to Tullibardine.
    Source: McDonnell, Perthshire 1745.
  • COLVILLE, William. Son to Laird of Kincardin.Ensign, Panmure's 4th Coy, 1715: 2 sgts, 2 cpls, 31 men and chaplain, roll 39.
    Source: NRS GD 45/1/201.
  • COMERFORD, -. Surgeon, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • COMERFORD, Garrett. Ensign, Michael Bryan’s Coy, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Foot.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 212, 402.
  • COMERFORD, James. Ensign, De Busby’s Coy, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Foot.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 212, 402.
  • COMERFORD, John. Ensign, Dudley Bagnall’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Foot.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 212, 615.
  • COMERFORD, Joseph. Captain, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • COMERFORD, Michael. Lt, Thomas Kehoe’s Coy, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Foot.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 212, 402.
  • COMERFORD, Nicholas. Captain, Bulkeley's and Irish Picquets. T Culloden, discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • COMIN [COMYN], -. Ensign, Meagher’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • COMIN, -. Ensign, Colonel Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • COMIN [COMYN], Nicholas. Lt, Teigue Ryan and William Bourke’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • COMIN, William. Ensign, John Rowsh’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579, 706.
  • COMRIE, John. Captain, Perth's and John Roy Stewart's. Captured and died at or after siege of Carlisle.
    Source: ChronAtholl, McDonnell, Jacobites of Perthshire; MR.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • COMRIE, William. Commissary, 1745. Stewart to the Earl of Moray.
    Source: MR.
  • CONAN [COONAN], Cornelius. Captain, Sir Maurice Eustace’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 443, 464.
  • CONDON, -. Lt, John Skelton’s Coy, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 114.
  • CONDON, -. Captain, Colonel Purcell’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 109.
  • CONDON, -. Lt in Lord Clancarty’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 109.
  • CONDON, Edmund. Lt, John Barrett’s Troop, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 109, 684.
  • CONDON, John of Carricknavoura and Dysart. Lt, Donogh O’Brien’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489, 505.
  • CONDON, Redmond of Ballywilliam. Ensign, Thomas Power’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95, 109.
  • CONDON, Richard. Captain, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry. Appears to have fallen in battle.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95, 109.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CONDROY, Peter. Chirurgeon, 2nd Troop of Guards, commission of 7 December 1696.
    Source: HMC SP I:121.
    Classification: French service.
  • CONLY, -. Captain, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry. The name Robert stands in the roll of attainders of 1691, and may be presumed to be the officer here taken into consideration.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339, 348.
  • CONNARD, -. Lt, Lord Clare’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • CONNELL, -. Ensign, Roche’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • CONNELL, -. QM, Sir Neill O’Neill’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 346.
  • CONNELL, James. Cornet, Francis Carroll’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • CONNELL, John. Lt, Thomas Arthur’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4, 346.
  • CONNELL, Maurice. Lt.-Col., Lord Slane's in Ireland.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • CONNELL, Morgan. Captain, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • CONNELL, Teigue. Ensign, Morgan Connell’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • CONNER. Major.
    Source: Childs (2007), 362.
  • CONNOCK, William. Lt-Col, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry. Officer who came from France to Ireland early in 1689 to join King James’ Army, having been a Major in France. He survived the three campaigns of the war of the revolution, returned to France with the exiles from Limerick, and continued to serve with them on the Continent. At the surprise and expulsion of the Austrians from Cremona, in Febroary 1702 he was attached, as a re-formed Lt-Col, to the Irish Battalion of Bourke. For his gallantry there he received the rank of Colonel from the French King. He was killed in 1704 at the siege of Verona by the explosion of a bomb.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514, 515-516.
    Classification: French service.
  • CONNOR, -. Surgeon, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 114.
  • CONNOR, Daniel. Ensign, Teigue McCarty’s Coy, Colonel Roger McEllicott’s Regiment of Infrantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 735.
  • CONNOR, Dermot. Captain, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • CONNOR, Edmund. Lt, Richard Fanning’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • CONNOR, John. Ensign, George Aylmer’s Coy, Colonel Roger McEllicott’s Regiment of Infrantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 735.
  • CONNOR, John. Ensign, George Aylmer’s Coy, Colonel Roger McEllicott’s Regiment of Infrantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 735.
  • CONNOR, John. Ensign, Philip Roche’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • CONNOR, John. Captain, Colonel Charles Moore’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 605.
  • CONNOR, John. Ensign, William Mulloy’s Coy, Colonel Oliver O’Gara’s, late Colonel Iriel Farrell’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 526.
  • CONNOR, John. Chirurgeon, Sir Maurice Eustace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 443.
  • CONNOR, John. Captain, Luttrell’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 189.
  • CONNOR, Patrick. Ensign, Mark Baggott’s Coy, Colonel John Grace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 564.
  • CONNOR, Philip. Ensign, Thady O’Connor’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • CONNOR, Redmond. Lt, Henry Trant’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • CONNOR, Thady. Ensign, Valentine Walsh’s Coy, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205.
  • CONNOR, Thady. Lt-Col. In Oliver O'Gara's in Ireland.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • CONNOR, Thady. Cornet, John Connor’s Troop, Luttrell’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 189.
  • CONNOR, Thady. Lt, John Oxburgh’s Troop, Luttrell’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 189.
  • CONRY, Bryan. Lt, John Conry’s Coy, Colonel Oliver O’Gara’s, late Colonel Iriel Farrell’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 526.
  • CONRY, Charles. He fought under Turenne at the early age of fifteen. On the expedition of James the Second to Ireland, he devoted his fortune and life to the cause of that Monarch whom he recognised as his lawful Sovereign. He bore arms as a volunteer. He fought and fell at the Boyne.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 546.
    Classification: KIA.
  • CONRY, John. Captain, Colonel Oliver O’Gara’s, late Colonel Iriel Farrell’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 526.
  • CONWAY, -. Ensign, Talbot’s Coy, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • CONWAY, James. Went to France with the Irish emigrants, and had the command of a company in Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment. Son of Christopher McConway.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 375.
    Classification: French service.
  • CONWAY, James. Captain of Clare's Picquets. Taken prisoner in Louis XV of Dunkirk.
    Source: NLS MS 7073.
    Classification: French service, Prisoner.
  • CONYNGHAM, Godfrey. Lt, Cornelius Callaghan’s Troop, Hugh Sutherland’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 209.
  • COOK, -. Captain, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • COOK, -. Cornet, Cook’s Troop, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • COOK. 200 livres paid to 'Colonel Cook', 7 December 1717.
    Source: HMC SP V:427.
  • COOK. Brigadier-General, Major-General, 1716.
    Source: HMC SP I:170, 209.
  • COOK, Matthew. 2nd Ensign, 1st Troop of Guards, January 1692; Lt., 1696.
    Source: HMC SP I:69.
    Classification: French service.
  • COOK, Peter. Spy and late officer in Dumbarton’s Regiment.
    Source: Glozier (2004), 231.
    Classification: French Service.
  • COOKE, Edward. Brigadier, 1st Troop of Guards. Commission from James to Colonel Nugent, 24 May 1696.
    Source: HMC SP I:114.
  • COOKE, George. QM, Viscount Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95, 124-25.
  • COOKE, Mathew. Lt, Viscount Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source
    : D’Alton, 95, 124-25.
  • COPPINGER [COPINGER], -. Lt, Hall’s Coy, the Earl of Clancarty’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 114.
  • COPPINGER, Edward. Captain. Killed in April 1691 in a skirmish with Captain Clayton’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 450.
    Classification: KIA.
  • COPPINGER, Henry. Captain, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • COPPINGER, James. Lt, Henry Coppinger’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • COPPINGER, Joseph. General. Son of Captain Henry Coppinger of Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 450.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • CORBETT, -. Major in Dudley Bagnall's Regiment of Infantry, Ireland, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; D’Alton, 179; D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • CORBET, Thomas. Lt-Col, Acting Colonel of Fitz-James's Regiment of Infantry. Formerly Major in the Earl of Abercorn’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82, 84.
  • CORBET, Thomas. Major, Earl of Abercorn’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 164, 179.
  • CORMACK [CORMICK], Michael of Ruppagh. Captain. Saved harmless by the Articles of Capitulation for the island of Boffin, made in August 1691 between its Jacobite Colonel, Timothy Rayrdan, and the Williamite Governor of Galway, Brigadier Sir Henry Bellasyse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 770-771.
  • CORNFORTH, Edward. QM, Colonel’s Troop, John Parker’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 223.
  • CORRIDONS, George. Grenadier, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • CORRIDORE, Le Sieur. Captain, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • COSHINE [COOSHENE], David of Farrahy. Captain, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684, 691.
  • COSHINE [CUSHEN], Richard of Cushenstown. Ensign, David Coshine’s Coy, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684, 691.
  • COSTELLO, Charles. Ensign, Gerald Dillon’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • COSTELLO, Thomas. Ensign, James Lally’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • COTENTIN, Anne-Hilarion de. Maréchal de France, Comte de Tourville. Ireland 1690.
    Source: Childs (2007),188.
    Classification: French service.
  • COTTER, -. Colonel, Cotter's Dragoons, Ireland.
    Source: Murphy (2007).
  • COTTER, James. Led force into Ulster to support Mountcashel, 1689, defeated near Lisnaskea, 26 July.
    Source: D’Alton, 314-15.
  • COUNTE, George. Brigadier, 1st Troop of Guards, 27 December 1693.
    Source: HMC SP I: 110.
  • COUPER, Gilbert Lt, 12th and Grenadier Coy, Panmure's Regiment of Foot, 1715: 2sgts, 2 cpls, 2 drummers, 37 men, roll 46.
    Source: NRS GD45/1/201.
  • COURCY, Almeric de, Lord Kingsale. Lt-Col in Sarsfield’s Regiment of Horse, King’s Army, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • COURIRISSIEN, -. Colonel, Couririssien's Regiment (906), landed at Kinsale, 12 March 1690.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 f. 2.
    Classification: French service.
  • COURSEY, Garrett. Lt, Garrett Coursey’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • COURSEY, Garrett. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • COURSEY, Garrett. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • COURSY, Miles de. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • COURTNEY, Henry. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • COWDALL, Matthew. Ensign, Thomas Cowdall’s Coy, Earl of Westmeath’s, late Colonel Francis O’Toole’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 469.
  • COWDALL, Thomas. Captain, Earl of Westmeath’s, late Colonel Francis O’Toole’s Regiment of Infantry. In 1693 he sued out his pardon from attainder on the ground that he had early surrendered himself and gone over to the service of King William.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 469, 485.
  • COX, William. Major and Troop commander, Hugh Sutherland’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 209.
  • CRAWFORD, Patrick. Ensign, Stoneywood's. Vintner, Brig o Don. Taken.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CRAWLEY [CROWLEY], -. QM, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • CRAWLEY [CROWLEY], Daniel. Ensign, Owen Murphy’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • CRAWLEY [CROWLEY], Mac. Ensign, Neal O’Neill’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • CRAWLEY [CROWLEY], Tady [Thady] of Temple-brien. Lt, Patrick Bellew’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry. Outlawed in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304, 315.
  • CREAGH, -. Lt, Harrold’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • CREAGH, -. Captain, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417, 652.
  • CREAGH, Sir Michael. Colonel, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry 2 June 1690. Lord Mayor of Dublin in 1688, and one of its representatives in the Parliament of 1689. His Regiment served at the blockade of Derry, and against Marshal Schoenberg at Dundalk. It was at the Battle of the Boyne where he was Paymaster General, and continued its service until the last year of the war. Sir Michael was attainted in 1691.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; TCD MS 2199 f. 54; D’Alton v. 2, 650-652.
  • CRICHTON, James. Viscount Frendraught de jure. Escaped.
    Source: MR.
  • CRICHTON, James of Auchengoul, son of George and Jean Irvine, possibly fled Avignon, M Margaret Gordon, D 1744.
    Source: JAB 15.
  • CRICHTON, James of Auchengoul (d1769). Lt-Col., 2nd bn Lord Lewis Gordon's, 1745. Escaped to France; died Paris.
    Source: NA TS 20/83/36.
  • CRICHTON, Thomas. Surgeon, 1st bn Ogilvy's. Brother to Ruthven. Pardoned.
    Source: MR.
  • CRICHTON, Thomas, son to laird of Ruthven. Lt, Ogilvy's (Forfarshires), 1745.
    Source: MR 1914.
  • CRICHTON, William Captain, Panmure's Regiment of Foot Prisoner Sheriffmuir; in Brussels, 1718.
    Source: NAS GD45/1/201; 45/14/219/12; Dobson (1995).
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CRIPPS, Joseph. Cornet, Walter Lawless’s Troop, Luttrell’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 189, 207-08.
  • CROFTON, Henry. Captain, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons. Sherriff of Sligo in 1687. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton, 402, 413.
  • CROFTON, Henry. Captain, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • CROFTON, John. Cornet, Henry Crofton’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • CROFTS, John. Adjutant, 1715. From Wooler.
    Source: Gooch (1995).
  • CROGHAN, John. Lt, Patrick Fagan’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • ‘CROM.’, -. Captain, Lord Viscount Gormanston’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 232.
  • CROOK, Alexander. Surgeon Major, Atholl Brigade. From Coupar Angus. Forced and deserted.
    Source: Rosebery.
  • CROSBIE, John (1715/16-). Surgeon and Officer, Irish Picquets. T. 11 May 1746, Transported.
    Classification: Transport.
  • CROSBY, Sir Thomas. Captain, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons. Representative of the County of Kerry in Parliament in 1689.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • CRUISE, -. Captain, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • CRUISE [CRUICE], Francis. Captain, the Earl of Tyrone’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 205, 218.
  • CULLEN, Stephen. Captain, Berwick's Picquets. T Louis XV of Dunkirk.
    Source: NLS MS 7073.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • CUMBERFORD, Captain. Mentioned in letter from Pitsligo to Mar, Leyden, 26 October 1717. 'An Englishman…All he wants is to be employed in the King's service, when there shall be use for him'.
    Source: HMC SP V:160.
  • CUMINE, Charles of Kininmouth. Captain of a troop of horse.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • CUMINE, George of Pitullie (1695-1767). ADC to the Earl Marischal. Son of William Cumming and Christian Guthrie. Escaped to Norway.
    Source: JAB 15.
  • CUMING, Alexander. Captain, Perth's. Farmer, Meikle Crichie. Brother to Kininmouth, Catholic from Muthill. Discharged.
    Source: Rosebery, MR, McDonnell, Jacobites of Perthshire).
  • CUMING, Alexander. Lt from Urquhart, 1715.
    Source: NRS DG 248/4/7.
  • CUNNINGHAM, -. Colonel, 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-75.
  • CUNNISON, John of Balnacree. Lieut, Lord Charles Murray's Regiment, 1715. Prisoner, Preston.
    Source: CS V 161; Dobson (1993); NRS RH 1/2/494.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • ‘CUOLAGHAN’, Morgan. John McCoghlan’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • CURTAIN [CURTAN], Cornelius of Mellyfortown. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1696
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489, 495.
  • CUSACK, -. Lt, Meagher’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • CUSACK, -. Captain, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • CUSACK, -. Lt, Luke Everard’s Coy, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • CUSACK, Adam. Ensign, Sir Anthony Mulledy’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 86; D’Alton v. 2, 5.
  • CUSACK, Bartholomew. Captain, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 86; D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • CUSACK, Charles. Captain-General and Knight of St James; governor of Malatia.
    Source: D’Alton, 88.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • CUSACK, Christopher of Corballis. Captain, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 86; D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • CUSACK, Francis. Captain, Dillon's and Irish Picquets. T Culloden.
    Classification: French service.
  • CUSACK, Gerald-Alexander (d1753). Knight of St Louis, Lt.-Col. In Roth’s Brigade; Fontenoy and Lauffield.
    Source: D’Alton, 88.
    Classification: French Service.
  • CUSACK, James. Officer.
    Source: D’Alton, 86 following Burke’s Landed Gentry.
  • CUSACK, John. Ensign, George Aylmer’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 86; D’Alton v. 2, 4.
  • CUSACK, Nicholas. Captain, Tyrconnel’s Horse, 1690. Colonel, executing party of Civil Articles, Limerick 1691.
    Source: D’Alton, 40, 87.
  • CUSACK, Nicholas. 2/Lt, 2nd Troop of Guards, January 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:69.
  • CUSACK, Richard-Edmund. Knight of the Orders of the King of France and Marshal of France.
    Source: D’Alton, 88.
  • CUSACK, Robert of Staffordstown. Lt, Terence Coghlan’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 86, 402.
  • CUSSERSON ?, John. Captain, Mackintosh's, 1715.
    Source: NRS RH 1/2/494.