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.

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[Jacobite army units]

[Dataset classifications]



  • INGRAM, Robert. Lt-Col., Lord Hunsdon's Regiment of Infantry, Ireland 1690. Colonel on the Subsistence Officers List, December 1692.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; HMC SP I:76; D’Alton v. 2, 767.
  • INNES, Alexander. Ensign.
    Source: Glozier (2004), 243.
  • INNES, Alexander of Cowie and Breda (1727-88). Commissary of Aberdeen, 1745. Clerk in Aberdeenshire. 2nd son of John Innes, 7th of Edingight and Jean Duff, d of Patrick of Craigston. Advocate in Aberdeen, 1752, m Elizabeth Davidson of Midmar 1767.
    Source: MR; McDonnell NE 1745.
  • INNES, James (c1677-1746). Colonel writing to Mar, 3 June 1716 (HMC II:204). Lt-Colonel, Ogilvy's 1745 and Overseer of Roads. 3rd son of Sir Alexander, 1st Bart of Coxton. Innes was overseer of Banff county roads; m Mary Ramsay (d1747). Executed at Brampton, 21 October 1746.
    Source: HMC SP II:204; MR; McDonnell NE 1745.
    Classification: Executed.
  • INNES, James of Balnacraig. Lt, Elcho's Life Guards. Pardoned, d. 1780.
    Source: MR.
  • INNES, John. Lt-Col. Edward Butler's Regiment, Ireland 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • INNES, John. Captain, Mar's. P. Preston.
    Source: NRS RH 1/2/494.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • INNES, John. Ensign Stoneywood's (Sandilands Coy), Wright in Aberdeen.
    Source: MR.
  • INNES, Lt in Russian service, 1735.
    Source: Grant (1889).
  • ISAAC, Bartholomew. Lt, Richard Purcell’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • IVERS, -. Lt, Walsh’s Coy, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383.
  • IVORIE, -. Captain, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry. Possibly William Ivorie, patentee of lands in Kilkenny and Wexford after the Restoration.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95, 108.