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]

[Abbreviations]

L

  • LA HUNTY, -. Lt, Cook’s Troop, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • LA RUE, -. Colonel after La Hogue, June 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:73.
  • LA RUE, Francis. Lt/Ensign in 1st Troop of Guards, January 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:69.
  • L'ESTRANGE, John. Captain, pleading for opening in 'some service' to Mar, 16 September 1716.
    Source: HMC SP II:441.
  • LACY, -. Ensign, Lacy’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • LACY, -. Lt, Lacy’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • LACY, -. Captain, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • LACY, -. Ensign, Bourke’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • LACY, -. Lt, Colonel John Fitzgerald’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 391, 417.
  • LACY, James. Lt.-Col. Colonel Cavanagh's. King's Army, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820.
  • LACY, John of Kilmallock. Lt-Col, Colonel Charles Cavenagh’s Regiment of Infantry. He was of the House of Bruff Placed in the rank of Colonel on the Restoration, and on the rising of the army for King James, was appointed Lt-Col in this Regiment. Deputy-Governor of Limerick under Lord Blessington in 1685-6.He served in France and Flanders. He was kept prisoner in England in the Gatehouse for two years. In 1689 he was one of the Representatives of Kilmallock in the Parliament of Dublin. At the second siege of Limerick, when the Williamites had succeeded in throwing a bridge over the Shannon at Thomond Gate, Colonel Lacy with 800 men was ordered out to contest there advance, which he did until a new supply of fresh opponents forced him to give way and retire to the gate. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 383, 389-391.
  • LACY, John. Lt, Edward Rice’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • LACY, Count Joseph. Field Marshal of Russia.
    Source: Grant (1889).
    Classification: Russian service.
  • LACY, Count Peter (1678-1751). (1678-1751). On the capitulation of Limerick he was brought off by his uncle, Brigadier and QM General James de Lacy, with the skeleton of the Prince of Wales’ Regiment of Infantry. He was at once enrolled in it, styled of Athlone, marched into Piedmont in 1692, joined Catinat in May 1693, and in October that year was at the battle of Val de Marseilles in which his uncle received a mortal wound. He afterwards served on the Rhine, until his Regiment was disbanded at the peace of Ryswick and he volunteered in the Polish service uner Marshal Duc de Croy, in the rank of Lt. The Duc presented him to Peter the Great, then in alliance with Poland, and the Czar took him in his own service. He obtained a majority in 1705, and a Lt-Colonelcy in 1706. In 1708 he was promoted to the command of the Siberian Regiment of Infantry and joined the Grand Army. On the first of January 1709 he commanded the right wing and acted as Brigadier at the Battle of Pultowa, where he was wounded. In 1710 he distinguished himself in the attack on Riga, and was made Maj-Gen the following year. In 1737 he was appointed to command an expedition into Crimea. He died in Livonia in 1751, Governor of that Province.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-5; D’Alton v. 2, 391-393.
    Classification: Austrian, French, Polish and Russian service service.
  • LAIRD, David. Lt, Atholl Brigade.
    Source: ChronAtholl; MR.
  • LAIRD, Patrick. Lt, 1st Ogilvy's and Vintner of Meigle. Lurking.
    Source: Rosebery; MR.
  • LALLY, -. Lt, Mahoney’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 5.
  • LALLY, Edmund. Captain, Lord Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 262, 291.
  • LALLY, Gerald. Lt, James Lally’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry. Brother of Captain James Lally of the same Regiment, and William and Mark from independent companies. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242, 262.
  • LALLY, James. Ensign, Edmund Lally’s Coy, Lord Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 262, 291.
  • LALLY, James of Tullindally. Captain, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry. Sat as Representative of Tuam in the Parliament of 1689. Cousin of the son of Theobald second Viscount Dillon. Brother of Lt Gerald Lally of the same Regiment, and William and Mark from independent companies. Killed in November 1691 in the blockade and siege of Montmelian.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242, 262.
    Classification: KIA; French service.
  • LALLY, Thomas Arthur. (1702-66). Son of Captain James Lally of Tullindally, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry. Born in Dauphinè in 1702 and entered a soldier on his birth. At the age of nineteen he obtained a company in Dillon’s Irish Brigade. In 1743 he fought at Dettingen. In 1744 a Regiment was drafted from an Irish Brigade for his command, hence styled ‘Lally’s Regiment’ down to its reduction in 1763. At the Battle of Ypres in May the following year his body of men was officially distinguished. The King appointed him Brig-Gen. In the Rising of 1745 he was ADC to Charles Edward Stuart at Falkirk. Promoted maréchal-de- camp (Major-General) in France in 1748, and Governor-General of India in 1756. Subsequently he was defeated by British forces in India and unjustly executed for treason in France in 1766. Voltaire characterized him as an ‘Irish hothead’.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 262, 263.
    Classification: French service.
  • LAMARCHE, -. Colonel 'Lamarshes' regiment landed at Kinsale, 12 March 1690.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 f. 2.
  • LAMBERT, John. Captain, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • LAMBERT, Nicholas. Lt, Edward Fitz-Gerald’s Coy, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • LAMPERT, Patrick. Captain, La Providence, 22 February 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:69.
    Classification: Naval.
  • LANCE, -. Colonel. Irish Army.
    Source: Childs (2007), 120.
  • LANGTON, -. Ensign, Fitzgerald’s Coy, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • LANE, -. Lt, Barry’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • LAPLANT, Alexis. Lt, John Power’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • LASCELLES, Talbot. Lt-Col, Hugh Sutherland's Regiment of Horse, King's Army, 2 June 1690.
    Source: NRS RH 1/2/494.
  • LATTIN, -. Grenadier Captain, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 5.
  • LATTON, -. Lt-Col. Then Colonel at Le Havre, France 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-5.
  • LAUGHLIN, Miles. Ensign, William Brabazon’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • LAURENCE, John (1702-). Ensign, Stoneywood's; Merchant, Old Deer. T, KE, discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Prisoner, KE.
  • LAUZAN [LAUZUN], Le Comte. Lieutenant-General and General of the French forces (GOC), King's Army, 2 June 1690. In youth a favourite of Louis XIV, he was later imprisoned in the Castle of Pignerol for refusing to give up pretensions to the King’s cousin the Princess de Montpensier. With her aid he made his escape to England. He was later appointed by Louis XIV to command the veterans (6000 men) sent over from France, in exchange for Irish soldiers of the same number, coming under Lord Mountcashel. In summer 1689 de Lauzun was appointed to supersede Rosen, and with his force he arrived in Ireland some months before the landing of King William. On his landing he reached Dublin. After the defeat of the Boyne, he advised King James to take his own Regiment of Horse and some Dragoons, and reach Dublin. On the King’s departure, de Lauzun joined Tyrconnell in assembling the greatest part of the army, and reached Limerick. After King William abandoned his siege of Limerick, de Lauzun accompanied Tyrconnell to France.
    Source: D’Alton, 37; NLS ACC 5820; TCD MS 2199 f.54; D’Alton v. 2, 774-777
    Classification: French service.
  • LAVALLEN [LEVALLIN], Matthew of Great Island. Lt, Peter Lavallen’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons. Outlawed in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • LAVALLEN [LAVALLIN], -. Lt, Fitz-Gerald’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • LAVALLEN [LAVALLIN], Patrick. Ensign, Ivorie’s Coy, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • LAVALLEN [LAVALLIN], Peter of Waterstown. Captain, Brigadier Francis Carroll's Dragoons.
    Source: Childs (2007), 142; D’Alton, 431.
  • LAW, James Francis, Comte de Tancarville. Governor of French East Indies, 1763. Nephew of John Law.
    Source: Grant (1889).
  • LAW, James, Count Lauriston, his son (1768-1828). Austrian service (1792), ADC to Gen. Beauvoir; French service as private following capture (1794), chef de brigade, horse artillery (1796). Colonel and Brig.-Gen (1801); Major-General (1805), Governor of Venice (1807). Grand Cordon of the Iron Crown of Lombardy and Colonel-General of the Imperial Guard (1809). Ambassador to Russia (1811). Peer of France and Commander of the Infantry of the Garde Royale (1815), Marquis of Lauriston (1817), Marshal of France (1821).
    Source: Grant (1889).
    Classification: French service, Imperial service, Diplomat.
  • LAWLESS, Ensign, Thomas Denn’s Coy, Sir Maurice Eustace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 189, 205; D’Alton v. 2, 443.
  • LAWLESS, James. Lt, Lawless’s Troop, Luttrell’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 189, 204-05.
  • LAWLESS, Patrick. Major, son to Captain Walter. Prisoner at Aughrim. Later Governor of Majorca and Minorca.
    Source: D’Alton, 205; D’Alton v. 2, 784.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • LAWLESS, Stephen. QM, John Taylor’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • LAWLESS, Walter. Captain, Luttrell’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 189, 203-06.
  • LAY, -. Ensign, Colonel Lord Bellew’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304
  • LAZENBY (LAYSENBY), -. Captain in Colonel Trapp's List, June 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:73.
  • LEAHY, - General at the Boyne.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 f. 54.
  • LEARY, -. Captain, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • LEARY, Bartholomew. Ensign, Charles McCarty’s Coy, Major General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • LEARY, Keadagh. Lt, Charles McCartie’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • LEDWICH, James. Ensign, Richard D’Alton’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • LEE, Thomas. QM, Quin’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310; D’Alton v. 2, 591.
  • LEICESTER, Thomas. Lt, de Carne’s Troop, Sarsfield’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 131, 157.
  • LEIGH, Samuel. Lt, James Blanchville’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • LEITH, Alexander (1696-1746). Captain, Glenbuchat's. Farmer, Colethy. T, Carlisle, Executed 28 November 1746.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Executed.
  • LEITH, Anthony. Captain, Avochie's in Lord Lewis Gordon's. Farmer, Bogs of Leith Hall, Kennethmont. Ygst s of John Leith of Leith Hall, and Janet Ogilvie. M Jean Hay. T, pardoned/or transported.
    Source: MR; McDonnell NE 1745.
    Classification: Transport.
  • LEITH, Lawrence (1713-78). Captain, Avochie's in Lord Lewis Gordon's. Farmer, New Flinders, Kennethmont. 4th son of Leith of Leith Hall. Prisoner, Aberdeen 11 August 1746. T, pardoned/transported and returned.
    Source: MR; McDonnell NE 1745.
    Classification: Transport.
  • LEITH, William. Ensign in 2nd Ogilvy's (Forfarshires), 1745. From Brechin.
    Source: MR1914; MR.
  • LENNAN, -. QM, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • LERY, the Geraldine. Lt-General, 2 June 1690
    Source: D’Alton, 37.
  • LESLIE, Alexander. Major & 2ic, Panmure's Regiment of Foot, 1715, OC 3rd coy: 2 sgts, 2 cpls, 32 men, roll 39. ;Brigade Major Jacobite 1st line of foot, 2 October 1715 (SP 54/9/34). In Bordeaux by 1717, writing for relief (as Lt.-Col.) to Panmure.
    Source: HMC SP V:143; SP 54/9/34; NAS GD 45/1/201/21; Dobson (1995).
  • LESLIE, Alexander. Ensign. Farmer, Auchinhanich, Banffshire. Lurking.
    Source: McDonnell NE 1745.
  • LESLIE, Fedor Theodore (d1695). General and OC Belgorodski Regiment, Russian service.
    Classification: Russian service.
  • LESLIE, William. Captain, The Prince Charles and mariner of Montrose. T, discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Naval.
  • LESLIE, Yuri Federovich. Major-General in Russian service. Under Peter Lacy's command at siege of Danzig in 1734.
    Classification: Russian service.
  • LEWIN,-. Brigadier, Lewin's Brigade of Horse, Aughrim.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 f. 46ff.
  • LEY, John. Lt, William Pippard’s Coy, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304, 591.
  • LILLY, Thomas. QM, de Carne’s Troop, Sarsfield’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 131.
  • LINCOLN, -. Captain, Colonel Richard Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 768.
  • LINDSAY, Bethune (d1776). Major, Portuguese service.
    Classification: Portuguese service.
  • LINDSAY, James (b1715). Ensign in Gask's Troop, Strathallan's Perthshire Regiment of Horse. Second son of David Lindsay of Dowhill. Soutar in Perth. Taken Culloden, shipped on Margaret and Mary to Southwark, reprieved, pardoned and became shoemaker in London.
    Source: Rosebery, P1745, McDonnell, Perthshire 1745; MR.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • LINDSAY, John. Lt in 2nd battalion Ogilvy's (Forfarshires), 1745. Surgeon's apprentice, Montrose. Reported as Ensign in TS 20/83/36.
    Source: Rosebery; MR1914; TS 20/83/36.
  • LINDSAY, Peter (Patrick). Captain, Kilmarnock's Regiment of Horse. From Wormistone, Fife. T, Executed 21 October 1746.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: Executed.
  • LIVINGSTON, -. Colonel. Given leave 'to serve the Republic of Venice', 12 April 1698. Possibly the same as the 'Captain Livingston' in Captain Johnston's list after La Hogue.
    Source: HMC SP I:73, 130.
    Classification: Venetian service.
  • LIVINGSTON, James. 5th Earl of LINLITHGOW (d1723). At Urbino, 1717-18.
    Source: Corp 2009.
  • LIVINGSTON, William. 3rd Viscount KILSYTH (1650-1733). MP (S), 1685, 1702-6; Lt.-Col. Scots Dragoon Guards; m c1692 Hon Jean Cochrane, d of William Lord Cochrane and relict of Viscount Dundee. At Urbino, 1717-18; in Italy to 1733. Lt-Col. Scots Dragoons before 1715.
    Source: Corp (2009); Ingamells (1997).
  • LLOYD, Henry Humphrey Evans (1729-85). An English Catholic, in Italy 1740; Captain in 1745. Subsequently fought with Paoli in Corsica and as Major-General, Russian service (1772-74).
    Source: Ingamells (1997).
    Classification: Corsican, Russian service.
  • LOCKHART, George, Ygr of Carnwath (1726-61). ADC, 1745. In Rome and Florence, 1749.
    Source: Ingamells (1997); MR.
  • LOCKHART, Baron James (1727-90). George's brother. Major-General in Austrian service and Chamberlain of Austria. Baron of the Roman Empire; Knight of the Order of Maria Theresa.
    Source: Ingamells (1997).
    Classification: Austrian service.
  • LOCKHART, Philip. Captain of one of Kenmure's Regiment of Horse troops, 1715. Killed at Preston.
    Classification: KIA.
  • LOGIEALMOND, -. Lt- Colonel, Strathmore's 1715. P. Sheriffmuir.
    Source: NRS GD18/3157.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • LOMBARD [LUMBARD], William of Cork. Captain, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry. Formerly a merchant.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637, 640.
  • LOUGHNAN, John. Ensign, George Gafney’s Coy, Colonel Edward Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 579.
  • LOUTH, Lord Oliver. Colonel, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429.
  • LOVELOCK, Dominick of Milltown. Lt, Arthur Lynch’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514, 525.
  • LOW, John. Ensign in Atholl Brigade. Tenant farmer at Ballinluig, Logierait, K. Culloden.
    Source: ChronAtholl; McDonnell Perthsire 1745 (presumably the same man).
    Classification: KIA.
  • LOWICH, Robert. Lt, Colonel Giffard’s Troop, John Parker’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 223.
  • LUCAS, Charles. Lt., Charles Geoghegan’s Troop, Simon Luttrell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 344.
  • LUCKER, John. Ensign, Thomas Kehoe’s Coy, Colonel Thomas Butler’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 402.
  • LUMSDEN, David. Captain, Avochie's, Lord Lewis Gordon's. Farmer, Mains of Auchlossan, Lumphanan. K, Culloden.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: KIA.
  • LUM(I)SDEN, Henry. Lt, Mar's battalion. P, Preston.
    Source: NRS RH 1/2/494.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • LUMSDEN, John of Ardhuncart, Kildrummy. Lt, Avochie's, Lord Lewis Gordon's. Culloden.
    Source: MR.
  • LUNDY, -. Lt. Colonel in Derry.
    Source: D’Alton, 49.
  • LUTTRELL, Henry (d1717). Colonel. Defected to Anglo-Dutch in 1691. Court-martialled. Major-General, Dutch Army, 1702. Assassinated in Dublin (shot in his sedan chair), October 1717.
    Source: D’Alton, 189-94.
    Classification: Dutch service.
  • LUTTRELL, Henry. Colonel, Henry Luttrell's Horse, 2 June 1690 and at Aughrim, by which stage Brigadier. Betrayed the Jacobites at Aughrim (see David Ryan in Kelly and Powell, eds. Clubs and Societies in C18 Ireland (2010), 337).
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; TCD MS 2199 f. 46 ff; Childs (2007), 278.
  • LUTTRELL, Simon. Lord Lt of Co. Dublin, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 30.
  • LUTTRELL, Simon. Colonel, Simon Luttrell's Dragoons, 2 June 1690; Queen's Regiment of Guards after Limerick, Colonel of the Queen’s Regiment of Guards in France; Colonel of the Dublin Regiment of infantry, January 1692, Governor of Dublin. Formerly, Lt.-Col., Hon. Thomas Newcomen’s Infantry. (d1698). 
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; TCD MS 2199 f. 55; HMC SP I:68; D’Alton, 344, 345, 347.
  • ‘LYCETT’, Thomas. Lt, Sir Thomas Crosby’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • LYNAM, James. Lt, Walter Phillips’ Troop, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • LYNCH, -. Lt-Col, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • LYNCH, -. Ensign, Ulick ‘Bourck’’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • LYNCH, -. Officer à la suite, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • LYNCH, -. Captain, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 5.
  • LYNCH, Andrew. Ensign, the Major’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • LYNCH, Arthur. Captain, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Bryan. Lt, Edward Dowdall’s Coy, The King’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 4.
  • LYNCH, Dominick. Lt, Matthew French’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • LYNCH, Dominick. Cornet, John Taylor’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • LYNCH, James. Lt, Lt-Col Murrogh Flaherty’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • LYNCH, James. Captain, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • LYNCH, Joseph. Captain, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Matthew. Lt, Andrew Noland’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • LYNCH, Matthew. Captain, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Nicholas. Captain, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Nicholas. Ensign, Walter Blake’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • LYNCH [LINCH], Peter. Captain, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • LYNCH, Piers. Lt, Patrick Kirwan’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Robert. Captain, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Stephen. Ensign, Richard Blake’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Stephen. Lt, Robert Lynch’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Thomas. Ensign, Francis Martin’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • LYNCH, Thomas. Lt, Nicholas Lynch’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYNCH, Thomas. Ensign, James Power’s Coy, Lord Ulick Galway’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 291.
  • LYNCH, William. Ensign, Joseph Lynch’s Coy, Lord Bophin alias Colonel John Bourke’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 514.
  • LYON, -. Ensign and deserter from Earl of Dumbarton’s.
    Source: Glozier (2004), 237.
  • LYON, Charles. Viscount Strathmore. Colonel, 1715. K Sheriffmuir.
    Source: SP 54/9/18C; NRS GD18/3157.
    Classification: KIA.
  • LYON, James. Quartermaster, 1st Ogilvy's. Innkeeper, Dundee.
    Source: MR.
  • LYON, Patrick of Auchterhouse. Lt-Col and CO, Panmure's Regiment of Foot, 1715, OC 2nd coy: 2sgts, 2 cpls, 39 men, roll 46. Son of the Earl of Strathmore. K Sheriffmuir.
    Source: NRS GD45/1/201.
    Classification: KIA.
  • LYON, Patrick of Easter Ogil (b1680). Lt, 2nd battalion Ogilvy's; reported as Captain in TS 20/83/36.
    Source: MR; TS 20/83/36.
  • LYON, Robert. Ensign in 2nd Coy Panmure's Regiment of Foot, 1715: 2sgts, 2 cpls, 39 men, roll 46.
    Source: NRS GD45/1/201.
  • LYON, William. Lt in Strathmore's Battalion. Prisoner Preston, transported fro Liverpool to Jamaica or Virginia on the Elizabeth and Ann, 29 June 1716, landed in Virginia that year.
    Source: SP America & West Indies. 1716. 310; CS V. 162; NRS RH 1/2/494.
    Classification: Transport.
  • LYSAGHT, Patrick (1656-1741). Possible father of William, described as ‘warrior’.
    Source: D’Alton, 336.
  • LYSAGHT [LYCETT], Thomas. Lt, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 336.
  • LYSAGHT, William. Lt, John Fitzgerald’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.