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]

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  • O’BERNE, - Named as Colonel; possibly the O’Brien listed below.
    Source: HMC SP IV:460.
  • O’BRIEN, -. Brigadier.
    Source: HMC VI: 298.
  • O’BRIEN, -. Lt, Rowe’s Coy, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • O’BRIEN, -. Captain, Lord Clare’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 769.
  • O’BRIEN, -. Captain, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • O’BRIEN, -. Ensign, O’Brien’s Coy, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • O’BRIEN, -. Adj, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • O’BRIEN, Donogh. Captain, Major-General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • O’BRIEN, Bernard. 1st Lt, Clare’s Picquets. Taken on Louis XV at Dunkirk.
    Source: NLS MS 7073 f. 59.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’BRIEN, Charles. Colonel, Charles O’Brien’s, 1690.
    Source: NLS Adv MSS 82.1.6. Possibly identical with the Charles O’Brien who is 1st Lt in 2nd Troop of Guards,January 1692. HMC SP I:69.
  • O’BRIEN, Charles. VISCOUNT CLARE.
    Source: Szechi (2019), 160.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’BRIEN, Daniel 3rd VISCOUNT CLARE. Colonel, Queen’s Regiment of Dragoons after Limerick. Lord Clare’s Dragoons and Lord Clare’s Foot, Ireland 2 June 1690. In Lord Mountcashel’s Brigade and at Aughrim.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 ff.3, 29, 55; NLS ACC 5820; Childs (2007).
  • O’BRIEN, Daniel, Colonel. Irish officer on Jacobite diplomatic mission to Russia, 1724; signatory, Treaty of Fontainebleau, 24 October 1745.
    Source: Szechi (2019), 190; Riding (2015), 186, 204; Collis (2010), 94-95.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’BRIEN, Dennis. Colonel.
    Source: HMC SP II:121.
  • O’BRIEN, James. Major, Queen’s Regiment of Guards in France.
    Source: D’Alton, 347.
  • O’BRIEN, John. Captain, then Major. At Urbino, 1717-18.
    Source: Corp (2009).
  • O’BRIEN. Sir John. Captain, then Colonel. At Urbino, 1717-18.
    Source: HMC SP V:584; Corp (2009).
  • O’BRIEN, John. Captain, Dillon’s, 1717.
    Source: HMC SP V:181.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’BRIEN, John. Captain, Dillon’s/Parish Militia, Officer, Picquets. T, Culloden. Banished.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’BRIEN, Murtogh. Captain, Sarsfield’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton 131.
  • O’BRIEN, Terence. Major, Owen McCarthy’s, 1690.
    Source: NLS Adv MSS 82.1.6.
  • O’BRYAN?, -. Lt.-Col. K 2nd siege Limerick.
    Source: Childs (2007), 373.
    Classification: KIA.
  • [O’] BRYAN, Arthur. Lt, Sir Michael Creagh’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN, Bryan. Captain, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • O’BRYAN, Carberry. Lt, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN, Charles. Colonel, Charles O’Bryan’s Infantry, later 5th VISCOUNT CLARE[?]. Brigadier, Queen’s Dismounted Dragoons in France and served with distinction. He received the title on the death of his brother Daniel O’Bryan, Lord Clare, at Pignerol in 1693. He commanded a Cavalry Regiment at the siege of Limerick. Commanded Irish Brigade at Ramillies in 1706 where he died of wounds.
    Source: D’Alton, 313, 315-17; D’Alton v. 2, 698, 699.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’BRYAN, Christopher. QM, Fitzgerald’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • O’BRYAN, Daniel. 3rd VISCOUNT CLARE. Colonel, Lord Clare’s Dragoons. Privy Counsellor, 1684; Lord Lt of Co Clare. Fought at the Boyne, d 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 310, 315.
  • O’BRYAN, Daniel, 4th VISCOUNT CLARE. With James in France. KIA Pignerol, 1693.
    Source: D’Alton, 315.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’BRYAN, Daniel. Cornet, Colonel’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • [O]’BRYAN, Denis. Lt, Sir Michael Creagh’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • [O]’BRYAN, Denis. Ensign, Earl of Tyrone’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN, Donogh. Captain, Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN, Donogh. Captain, Major-General Boisselau’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN, Donogh. LLt, John Rice’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 313; D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • O’BRYAN, Donogh. Captain, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • [O]’BRYAN, Francis. Cornet, Hugh Sutherland’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • [O]’BRYAN, James. Captain, Lord Galmoy’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • [O]’BRYAN, James. Captain, Hugh Sutherland’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • [O]’BRYAN, James. Lt., Earl of Tyrone’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • [O’] BRYAN, John. QM, Tyrconnel’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN, Kennedy. Captain, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 313; D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • [O]’BRYAN, Lewis. Lt., Earl of Tyrone’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • [O]’BRYAN, Michael. Captain, Thomas Butler’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN [O’BRIEN], Murrough. Lt, Fitzgerald’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons. Lt.-Col. at Ramillies (1706), took two pair of colours.
    Source: D’Alton, 310, 317.
  • [O’]BRYAN, Murtagh. Captain, Sarsfield’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN, Murtogh. Lt, Bryan O’Bryan’s Coy, Colonel Dudley Bagnall’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 615.
  • O’BRYAN, Richard, son to 3rd Viscount Inchiquin. Officer of King James in France from April 1689. Returned, 1703, died 1707.
    Source: D’Alton, 319.
  • O’BRYAN, Teigue, Lt, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 313; D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • O’BRYAN, Teigue. Captain, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • O’BRYAN, Thady. Ensign, Matthew Hoar’s Coy, Colonel John Grace’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 564.
  • [O]’BRYAN, Thomas. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’BRYAN, Turlogh. Lt, Colonel’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • O’BRYAN, Walter. Lt, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 313.
  • O’CAHAN, -. Lt, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’CAHAN, Bryan. Lt, Francis O’Cahan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’CAHAN, Darby. Ensign, Henry Courtney and Roger O’Cahan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’CAHAN, Dogherty. Ensign, Francis O’Cahan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’CAHAN, Francis of Pennyburn-Mill. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352, 368.
  • O’CAHAN [O’CAHANE], Hugh. Captain, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’CAHAN, John. Captain, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’CAHAN, John. Ensign, Manus O’Donnell’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160, 368.
  • O’CAHAN, Roger ‘Keigh’ of Connateile. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’CAHANE, Hugh. Captain, 1717.
    Source: HMC SP V:15.
  • O’CAHANE, Roger. Colonel, 1705.
    Source: HMC SP I:200.
  • O’CALLAGHAN [O’CALLAHANE], Calla. Ensign, Thomas Magrath’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • O’CALLAGHAN, Dermott. Captain, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • O’CALLAGHAN, Donogh. Lt-Col, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse. He commanded an independent Troop of sixty men after the disbanding of Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment a fortnight before the battle of the Boyne. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684, 688-689.
  • O’CALLAGHAN, John. Captain in O’Brien’s c1712.
    Source: HMC SP I:244.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’CARROLL, Francis. Lt.-Col, Queen’s Regiment of Dragoons in France, 1692-98.
    Source: Rowlands (2001).
  • O’CARROLL, Myles. Captain, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • O’CONLEAN, Roger. Captain in Ireland, ‘now lieutenant in Lee’s regiment’, 14 January 1705.
    Source: HMC SP I:198.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’CONNELL, -. Colonel, wounded and taken prisoner at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • O’CONNELL, -. Ensign, Maurice O’Connell’s Coy, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339.
  • O’CONNELL, Charles of Braintree. Colonel, Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 347.
  • O’CONNELL, John of Aghgore and Derrynane. Captain. He raised a company of Foot and is recorded to have fought at the Siege of Derry, the Battle of the Boyne, and Aughrim. When he returned to Limerick he was included in the benefit of the Articles for its capitulation.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 347.
  • O’CONNELL, Maurice. Colonel? He was placed in command of the King’s Guards.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 347.
  • O’CONNELL, Maurice. Lt-Col, Christopher, Lord Slane’s Regiment of Infantry. Killed at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 339, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’CONNELL, Morgan. Captain, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 346.
  • O’CONNELL, Teigue. Ensign, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 346.
  • O’CONNOR, -. Lt.-Col., Irish Army.
    Source: Childs (2007), 318.
  • O’CONNOR, Bryan. Ensign, Thomas McNaughton’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’CONNOR, Bryan. Lt, Theobald Dillon’s Coy, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • O’CONNOR, Charles. Ensign, Constance O’Connor’s Coy, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • O’CONNOR, Charles. QM in Piers Butler’s Troop, Lord Galmoy’s Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • O’CONNOR, Constance. Lt, Constance O’Connor’s Coy, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • O’CONNOR, Constance. Captain, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661.
  • O’CONNOR, Constantine. Lt, Alexander McKenzy’s Troop, Robert Clifford’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 402.
  • O’CONNOR, Daniel. Lt in the Austrian service, who served successively under James the Second, Louis the Fourteenth, the Duke of Looraine, and lastly, under Austria. Died in Brussels in 1756 aged ninety-two.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 541.
    Classification: Austrian service.
  • O’CONNOR, Der.. Subaltern officer/chaplain named in O'Donovan papers.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • O’CONNOR, Malachy. Lt, Dermot Connor’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • O’CONNOR [O’CONOR], Roger of Corrasduna. Colonel.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 771.
  • O’CONNOR, Roger. Cornet in Lord Trimleston’s Troop, Lord Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95.
  • O’CONNOR, Thady of Cloonkely. Major, Colonel Oliver O’Gara’s, late Colonel Iriel Farrell’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 526.
  • O’CONNOR, Thady. Captain, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • O’CONNOR, Torlough. Ensign, Dermot Connor’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • O’CONNOR-KERRY, Cathan roe. Captain, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry. After the Battle of Aughrim he fled to France where he died at the turn of the eighteenth century.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316, 325, 329.
  • O’CRILLY, James. Ensign, James O’Neill’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’DANIEL, -. Lt, Bulkeley’s, Picquets. T Culloden, Banished.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’DANIEL, Daniel. Ensign, Porter’s Coy, Fitz-James’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 82.
  • O’DEA, James. QM, Teigue O’Bryan’s Troop, Lord Clare’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 310.
  • O’DOGHERTY, Con.. Lt, Robert Butler’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’DOGHERTY, John. Ensign, Robert Butler’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’DONNELL, -. Major, fell on the field at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’DONNELL, -. Captain, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’DONNELL [O’DONNEL], -. Captain, Lord Kilmallock’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 434.
  • O’DONNELL, Daniel. Lt, Daniel Hagerty’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’DONNELL, Daniel (1666-1735). Colonel then Brigadier? in Irish war, then served in Regiment de Marine in France until Ryswick; Brig-Gen, 1719, Colonel of O’Donnell Regiment. D, St-Germain-en-Laye.
    Source: Childs (2007), 357; Fagan (1998).
    Classification: French service.
  • O’DONNELL, Daniel. Captain in Donegal, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 34.
  • O’DONNELL, Farragh. Grenadier Captain, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • O’DONNELL, Hugh. Captain in Donegal, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 34.
  • O’DONNELL, Hugh. Captain, Colonel Henry Dillon’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 242.
  • O’DONNELL, Hugh. Lt, Farragh O’Donnell’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • O’DONNELL, Hugh Balldearg. General of 13 infantry and 1 cavalry regiment in Ireland, 1690; formerly Colonel in Spanish service.
    Source: Childs (2007), 26.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • O’DONNELL, Manus of Boylagh. Captain, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton, 34; D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’DONNELL, Rorie of Lifford. Lt, Farragh O’Donnell’s Coy, Colonel Dominick Browne’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: Fagan (1998); D’Alton v. 2, 669.
  • O’DONNELL, Thomas. Ensign, William Sheehan’s Coy, Colonel John Barrett’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 684.
  • O’DONOGHUE, -. Lt, Owen McCarty’s Coy, Colonel Roger McEllicott’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 735.
  • O’DONOGHUE, -. Ensign, Florence McCarty’s Coy, Major-General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • O’DONOGHUE [O’DONOGHOO], Callixtus. Lt, Daniel O’Donoghue’s Coy, Colonel Roger McEllicott’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 735.
  • O’DONOGHUE [O’DONOGHOO], Daniel. Captain, Colonel Roger McEllicott’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 735.
  • O’DONOGHUE, Francis. Paymaster, Ecossais Royales. T, Culloden. Discharged.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’DONOVAN, Daniel Junior. Captain, Colonel Daniel O’Donovan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: NLS Adv MSS 82.1.6; Childs (2007), 300; D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • O’DONOVAN, Daniel. Captain, Lord Kenmare’s Regiment of Infantry. His commission as Captain dates from Dublin Castle, 1st January 1688.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 316, 325.
  • O’DONOVAN, Daniel. Colonel, Colonel Daniel O’Donovan’s Regiment of Infantry. He was the Portreeve in King James’ new Charter to Baltimore, and one of its Representatives in the Parliament of 1689.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708, 712-720.
  • O’DONOVAN, Donogh. Captain, Colonel Daniel O’Donovan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • O’DONOVAN, Richard. Subaltern officer/chaplain named in O'Donovan papers.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • O’DONOVAN, Teigue. Subaltern officer/chaplain named in O'Donovan papers.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • O’DONOVAN, Teague. Captain, Irish army.
    Source: Childs (2007), 284.
  • O’DRISCOLL, -. Colonel Irish army.
    Source: Childs (2007), 284.
  • O’DRISCOLL, Cornelius. Lt-Col, Colonel Daniel O’Donovan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • O’DOWDE, David. Officer in the King’s service. Killed at the Boyne.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 655.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’DOWDE, James. Captain, Lord Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry. He distinguished himself at Athlone and fell at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 655.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’DUNNE, Daniel. Lt-Col in Charles O’Moore’s Rgt in Ireland.
    Source: HMC SP I:173.
  • O’DWYER, -. QM, Lord Abercorn’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 626.
  • O’GARA, -. Lt-Col of the Regiment of Irelandia. He so signalised himself at the Battle of Veletri in 1743 that the King of Spain rewarded him with a commandership in the order of Calatrava. Son of Colonel Oliver O’Gara.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 527.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • O’GARA, -. Colonel, the Regiment of Hibernia. Son of Colonel Oliver O’Gara.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 527.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • O’GARA, -. Brigadier. Son of Colonel Oliver O’Gara.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 527.
    Classification: Spanish service.
  • O’GARA, Oliver. Colonel Oliver O’Gara’s, late Colonel Iriel Farrell’s Regiment of Infantry, Sligo, 1690. One of the Representatives of the County of Sligo in the Parliament of Dublin. He raised his Regiment at his own expense. He was one of four which King James, when falling back upon Ardee, despatched under the command of Brigadier Sarsfield in September 1689, to retard the advance of the Williamite forces into Connaught, and which soon after expelled them from the province. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; Childs (2007), 169; D’Alton, 34; D’Alton v. 2, 526-528.
  • O’GARA, William. Ensign, Christopher Bellew’s Coy, Colonel Oliver O’Gara’s, late Colonel Iriel Farrell’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 526.
  • O’GORMAN, -. Lt, Florence McCarty’s Coy, Major-General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • O’GRIBBIN, Hugh. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HAGAN, -. Ensign, Daniel O’Hagan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HAGAN, -. Lt, Daniel O’Hagan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HAGAN, Art of Dungannon. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352, 355.
  • O’HAGAN, Cormuck. Ensign, Cormuck O’Hagan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HAGAN, Cormuck of County of Londonderry. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352, 355.
  • O’HAGAN, Daniel of County of Londonderry. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352, 355.
  • O’HAGAN, James. Ensign, Art O’Hagan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HAGAN, John. Lt, Art O’Hagan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HAGAN, Oliver. Lt, Cormuck O’Hagan’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HAGARTY, Maurice. Ensign, Daniel Hagarty’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HARA, Arthur. Lt, Cormuck O’Hara’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HARA, Cormuck. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HARA, Cormuck. Ensign, Daniel O’Hara’s Coy, John Hamilton’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 69.
  • O’HARA, Daniel. Captain,  John Hamilton’s Infantry. In 1744, Charles-Edward’s service in an Irish Brigade, he was taken prisoner with a Captain O’Brien at Harwich by an order from Lord Carteret.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 69, 73.
    Classification: French Service.
  • O’HARA; Keane. Lt, Daniel O’Hara’s Coy, John Hamilton’s Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 69.
  • O’HARA, Manus. Ensign, Cormuck O’Hara’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HARANE, Art. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HARANE, Patrick. Ensign, Art O’Harane’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’HEIGHIR, Teigue. Ensign, Donogh O’Bryan’s Coy, Colonel Charles O’Bryan’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 698.
  • O’HERLIHEY, Daniel. Lt, Daniel O’Herlihey’s Coy, Major-General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • O’HERLIHEY, Daniel. Captain, Major-General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • O’KEEFE, -. Captain, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417, 646.
  • O’KEEFE [O’KEIFE], Art. Lt, Art O’Keife’s Coy, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • O’KEEFE [O’‘KEIFE’], Art of Glenfriacan. Captain, Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry. Included in the Declaration of Royal gratitude for services beyond the seas.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637, 646.
  • O’KEEFE, Arthur. Lt, Colonel Joh Barrett’s Regiment of Horse. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 646.
  • O’KEEFE [O’KEIFE], Cornelius. Colonel Nicholas Browne’s, Sir Valentine Browne’s, &c. Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 637.
  • ‘O’KEEFE’, Daniel. Ensign, Patrick Hide’s Coy, Major-General Boisseleau’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 489.
  • O’KEEFE, Eugene. Lt, Berwick’s, Picquets. T, Culloden, banished.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’KELLY, Rev. -. Chaplain, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • O’KELLY, Charles. Colonel.
    Source: Childs (2007), 169.
  • O’KELLY, Charles. Colonel, O’Kelly’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 51, 118.
  • [O’]KELLY, Denis (d1740). Captain in Lord Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse. Married Lady Mary Bellew, 1702. Committed to the Tower on suspicion, 1722.
    Source: D’Alton, 95, 117, 118, 120.
  • O’KELLY, John. Lt.-Colonel, O’Kelly’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 118.
  • O’KELLY, Teigue. LL, Charles Daly’s Coy, the Earl of Clanricarde’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton, 121; D’Alton v. 2, 130.
  • O’LAUGHLIN, Malachy. Lt in Dorrington’s, 1704.
    Source: HMC SP I:194.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’LOWRIE, -. Captain, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • O’LOWRIE, -. Lt, O’Lowrie’s Troop, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • O’LOWRIE, -. Cornet, O’Lowrie’s Troop, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • O’LYNE, Teigue. Cornet, John Barry’s Troop, Brigadier Francis Carroll’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 431.
  • O’MADDEN, Edmund. Colonel, fought at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • O’MAHON, -. Subaltern officer/chaplain named in O'Donovan papers.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 708.
  • O’MAHON, -. Lt, O’Neill’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’MAHONY, Dermot of Rosbrin. Colonel, killed at Aughrim. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 502, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’MAHONY, Jeremiah. Lt-Col, Regiment of Limerick.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 423.
  • O’MOORE, -. Colonel of an Irish Rgt.
    Source: HMC SP I:173.
  • O’MULLOY, Theobald. Captain of the King’s Dragoons at the Battle of the Boyne. Died in 1734.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 557.
  • O’NEAL, -. Captain, Thomas Maxwell’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 458.
  • O’NEALE, -. Ensign, Gordon O’Neill’s Coy, Captain, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’NEALE, -. Lt, Gordon O’Neill’s Coy, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’NEALE, -. Ensign, Creagh’s Coy, Sir John Fitz-Gerald’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 417.
  • O’NEALE, -. Lt, Neal O’Neill’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEALE, Arthur. Captain, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’NEALE, Bryan. Lt, Hugh O’Neill’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’NEALE, Con. Lt-Col, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’NEALE, Henry. Maj, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’NEALE, John. Captain, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’NEALE, John. Lt, Lord Iniskillen’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’NEALE, Turlogh. Captain, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627.
  • O’NEIL, -, Captain. Account of Culloden at NLS ACC 5491; Athenaeum, 2 August 1873.
  • O’NEIL, Felix. Captain in French forces, captured by troops from HMS Glasgow, Loch Broom near Ullapool, 4 August 1746 (RP Fereday, Orkney Feuds and the ’45, Stromness: Kirkwall Grammar School, 1980.
  • O’NEILE, -, Sir Neile. Colonel, Sir Neile O’ Neile’s Dragoons. Ireland, 2 June 1690. Led negotiation for surrender of Derry.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; Childs (2007), 120.
  • O’NEILL, -. Grenadier Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, -. Colonel. ‘buried next morning in a House near the Field’ of Culloden. Source: NRS GD 1/931/15.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’NEILL, Art. Ensign, Con O’Neill modera.’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, Brian. Colonel, Irish Army.
    Source: Childs (2007), 393.
  • O’NEILL, Bryan. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, Bryan. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, Bryan. Lt, Manus O’Donnell’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’NEILL, Con. Lt, 1689. KIA Derry.
    Source: D’Alton, 302.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’NEILL, Con. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352
  • O’NEILL, Con. Captain, modera., Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry. Son of Bryan O’Neill.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O”NEILL, Conn. Lt.-Col, Gordon O’Neill’s.
    Source: NLS Adv MSS 82.1.6.
  • O’NEILL, Cormack. Cormuck/Cormac. Colonel, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry. He resided at Broughshane, was Sheriff of County Antrim in 1687, one of its representatives in the Parliament of 1689, and was outlawed in 1691. A detachment of his Regiment was despatched with the Earl of Antrim’s, to strengthen the garrison of Carrickfergus, which was, however, at the close of 1688, obliged to surrender on an honourable capitulation. Fought at Aughrim.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; Childs (2007), 43, 151; D’Alton, 126; D’Alton v. 2, 352-353, 633-634, 784.
  • O’NEILL, Cormuck. Captain, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • O’NEILL, Dan.. Colonel, fought at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
  • O’NEILL, Daniel. Captain, Lord Dongan’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 256.
  • O’NEILL, Daniel. Captain.
    Source: Childs (2007), 52.
  • O’NEILL, Sir Felix. Advocate General at the Boyne; Colonel, Felix O’Neill’s, Boyne, Aughrim.
    Source: NLS ACC 5820; TCD MS 2199 ff. 46-50, 54.
  • O’NEILL, Gordon. Colonel, O’Neill’s Foot (2 battalions) at Aughrim and after Limerick. Came to France, 1691; d1704. Permission as Brigadier to raise Irish Regiment in the Spanish service from King James. Prob Father of FR Randle O’NeillOFM.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 ff. 46-50, 55; Fagan (1998); HMC SP I:183.
  • O’NEILL, Felix. Colonel, Colonel Felix O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry. He was a Master in Chancery to 1689, when he resigned the gown for the sword. His regiment continued on the muster roll of the Irish Army throughout the war. He was killed at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 760, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’NEILL, Felix. Lt-Col, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352, 633.
  • O’NEILL [O’NEILLE], Francis. Ensign, Lord Iniskillen’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’NEILL, Gordon. Colonel, Colonel Gordon O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry. In the Parliament of 1689 he was one of the Representatives for the County of Tyrone. Son of the celebrated Sir Phelim O’Neill of Kinard or Caledon in Tyrone. He was appointed Lord Lieutenant of that county by James the Second. Hie Regiment served at Derry, the Boyne, and Aughrim. At the lagger engagement, where he ranked as Brigadier, he was left for dead on the field, but being recognised the following day by Scotch officers, connected with him through his mother, they had him attende to until recovered of his wounds. After gaining his liberty he followed the Irish Army to the Continent, where he served as Colonel of the Charlemont Regiment of Infantry until it was reformed in 1698. He died in 1704.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 627, 633-635, 784.
  • O’NEILL, Henry. Brigadier. Fell on the field at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’NEILL, Henry. Captain.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 770.
  • O’NEILL, Henry. Lt, Colonel’s Troop, Sir Neill O’Neill’s Dragoons.
    Source: D’Alton, 299.
  • O’NEILL, Henry. Colonel in Antrim, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 37.
  • O’NEILL, Henry. Lt, Henry O’Neill’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, Henry. Grenadier Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, Henry. Captain, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • O’NEILL, Henry. Major, Gordon O’Neill’s, 1690.
    Source: NLS Adv MSS 82.1.6.
  • O’NEILL, H.J. Colonel, H.J. O’Neill’s Aughrim.
    Source: TCD MS 2199 ff. 46-50.
  • O’NEILL, Hugh. Captain, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’NEILL, Hugh. Grenadier Captain, Lord John Bellew’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 304.
  • O’NEILL, James. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, John. Lt, Daniel McDonnell’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’NEILL, Sir Neill. Colonel, Sir Neill O’Neill’s Dragoons. Sent into Down and Antrim by King James, 10 May 1689, then engaged in Co. Sligo and the Boyne. Mortally wounded, Boyne.
    Source: D’Alton, 299-304.
    Classification: KIA.
  • O’NEILL, Neal. Captain, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, O.. Ensign, Taaffe’s Coy, Oliver Lord Louth’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 429.
  • O’NEILL, Owen. Colonel in Armagh, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 36.
  • O’NEILL [O’‘NEILLE’], Phelim. Ensign, John Power’s Coy, Sir Michael Creagh’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source
    : D’Alton v. 2, 650.
  • O’NEILL, Terence. Lt, Daniel Gilmore’s Coy, Colonel Felix O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 760.
  • O’NEILL, Terence. Captain, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’NEILL, Thomas. Lt, James O’Neill, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • O’NEILL, Turlogh. Ensign, Daniel McDonnell’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’REAGAN, Teague. Governor of Charlemont, 1690. OC 4 companies of foot and 2 cavalry troops (?Major). French veteran officer in Irish service.
    Source: Childs (2007), 172.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’REILLY, -. Colonel, French or Spanish service, Picquets. K, Culloden (burnt alive after the battle).
    Source: MR, PKC Thriepland Papers.
    Classification: French, Spanish service, KIA (murdered).
  • O’REILLY, Edmund. Colonel, Colonel Edmund O’Reilly’s Regiment of Infantry. Popularly styled ‘Eamun buidhe’. He accompanied James the Second from France to Ireland, and was by that monarch appointed Governor of the County of Cavan. He was there in 1690 when the encounter between the Duke of Berwick and Colonel Wolseley took place. He subsequently fought at the Boyne, at Limerick, and at the second siege of Athlone. In 1691 he was Governor of Lanesborough, and when Wauchop, the Governor of the Castle of Athlone, learned that De Ginkell intended to cross, he gave warning to O’Reilly, directing him in case of any danger, to send for the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment, and to drive the English into the river. Colonel O’Reilly accordingly threw up strong works in the only accessible part of the bank at the Connaught side, and De Ginkell’s idea of passing over there was abandoned. At the time of the surrender of Galway (July 1691), he was one of the hostages for its due surrender. After the Capitulation of Limerick, Colonel Edmund and many of his regiment retired with the Irish refugees to France, where he died in 1693.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 745, 750.
  • O’REILLY, Owen. Son of Colonel Edmund O’Reilly. After his father’s decease he entered Dorrington’s Regiment, afterwards Dillon’s Brigade. He died in 1735.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 751.
  • O’REILLY, Pierre. Lt, Berwick’s, Picquets. T, Culloden, banished.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’RIERDON/RIORDAN, Timothy. Colonel and Governor, isle of Boffin.
    Source: D’Alton, 119.
  • O’RIORDANE, Daniel. Captain in Dillon’s, ACC to Duc de Vendosme, 1702.
    Source: HMC SP I:173.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’ROURKE, Con.. Ensign, James Wogan’s Coy, the Earl of Antrim’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 160.
  • O’ROURKE, Jeffrey. Lt in Antrim, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 37.
  • O’ROURKE, Ternon. Colonel, Irish Army.
    Source: Childs (2007), 362.
  • O’SHAUGHNESSY, Major-General William (1675-1744). Nephew of Lord Clare. Fought in Irish war, with Clare’s in the French service. Reached Marechal de Camp rank. Source: Fagan (1998).
  • O’SHEA, Robert. Colonel, Fitzjames’ Horse. Led the Prince from the field.
    Source: Murphy (2007).
    Classification: French service.
  • O’SHEALE, Patrick. Lt, Bryan O’Neill’s Coy, Colonel Cormac O’Neill’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 352.
  • Ó SUILLEABHAIN, Sean Uilleam [John William Sullivan]. Colonel and Adjutant-General, 1745-6.
    Classification: French service.
  • O’SULLIVAN, Cormick. QM, Hastings’ Troop, John Parker’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 223.
  • O’TOOLE, Sir Charles. Royal Guard. Possibly killed Marshal Schoenberg (1615-90) while crossing the river at the battle of the Boyne.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 67.
  • OGILVY, -. Marshal Baron.
  • OGILVY, -. Colonel of Ogilvy’s, 1715. 336 men in his forces, 30 September 1715. 2 companies Balquhidder men and a battalion of Athollmen came up in 2 October.
    Source: SP 54/9/18C.
  • OGILVY, David, EARL OF AIRLIE (1725-1803). Colonel of Ogilvy’s, 1745. Escaped via Bergen and Sweden to France.
    Source: ODNB.
  • OGILVY, David. Captain in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Merchant in Coul, Tannadice. Escaped Dundee to Norway, later in France.
    Source: MR1914; Rosebery.
  • OGILVY, David. Lt in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Son of Lintrathen farmer (Shannaly). Prisoner, Edinburgh, 1746-7. Discharged.
    Source: MR; MR1914; P1745.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • OGILVY, Henry. Ensign of Strathmore’s Battalion, 1715. Prisoner at Preston, 1716; transported Liverpool to St Kitts on Hockenhill, 25 June; mutinied and landed on St Martins, Dutch Virgin Islands, September.
    Source: CSP 1716.312; Calendar of Treasury Books, 1904, CS V.162; Dobson (1995); NRS RH 1/2/494).
    Classification: Transport, escaped.
  • OGILVY, James. Commissioned Colonel in King James’ service, 9 October 1723.
    Source: Peerage; Dobson (1995).
  • OGILVY, James. Lt and Adjutant, 2nd Ogilvy’s; brother to Captain John. Escaped Sweden.
    Source: MR.
  • OGILVY, John. Captain, 1689-93. Volunteer in King Louis’ coy. Subject of ‘It was a for our rightfu’ king’.
    Classification: French service.
  • OGILVIE(Y), John. Captain, 1716. Just possibly identical with above.
    Source: HMC SP III:6.
  • OGILVY, John of Inshewan, Tannadice (1711-81). Captain and Paymaster in 1st Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Escaped via Norway to France, 1746.
    Source: MR1914; MR; Rosebery.
  • OGILVY, John. Captain in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Farmer, Wester Lethnot, Cortarchy.
    Source: MR1914.
  • OGILVY, John. Captain in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Farmer in Lochmill, Glamis. Source: MR1914.
  • OGILVY, John of Rochilhill, Glamis(d1774). Lt in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Pardoned.
    Source: MR; MR1914.
  • OGILVY, John of Quick, Cortachy Coy. Ensign/Standard bearer in 1st Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. T died ? Source: P1745; MR).
    Classification: Prisoner, died?
  • OGILVY, Thomas of Inverquharity (3rd son of Sir John of that lairdship) Kirriemuir. Captain in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. 3rd s of Sir John and Helen Mercer. Escaped from Dundee via Bergen to France, 1746.
    Source: MR1914; Rosebery.
  • OGILVY, Thomas. Captain in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Merchant, Dundee. Prisoner in Alloa and Edinburgh, 1746.
    Source: P1745.
    Classification: Prisoner.
  • OGILVY, Thomas (d1751). Captain in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Of East Mill, Glen Isla. Prisoner in Edinburgh Castle, 1746-51. Died escaping 21 May 1751.
    Source: MR1914; MR: Rosebery; P1745; Dobson (1995).
    Classification: Prisoner, died.
  • OGILVY, Thomas. Lt, Ogilvy’s. Of Little Kenny.
    Source: MR.
  • OGILVY, Thomas (1725-65), Ensign/Standard Bearer in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Ygr Of East Mill, Glen Isla. Escaped to France, returned Scotland 1747.
    Source: MR1914; MR.
  • OGILVY, Thomas. Lt in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Farmer in Little Kenny, Kingoldrum.
    Source: MR1914; Rosebery.
  • OGILVY, Thomas of Rilnarey. Captain, Atholl Brigade.
    Source: MR.
  • OGILVY, William. Captain in Ogilvy’s (Forfarshires), 1745. Farmer in Meikle Kenny, Kingoldrum.
    Source: MR1914.
  • OLDFIELD, -, Captain at Le Havre, 1692.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-5.
  • OLDFIELD, George. Lt, Hastings’ Troop, John Parker’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 223.
  • OLIPHANT, -, Lt-Colonel in France 1692’ Colonel on December 1692 Subsistence List. Possibly the Colonel Oliphant listed in 1715.
    Source: HMC SP I:74-6; IV:17.
  • OLIPHANT, Alexander. Lt in Perth Coy, 1715.
    Source: PKC Archives B59/30/36.
  • OLIPHANT, Charles. Lt, Ecossais Royales. Gauger in Aberdeen. T. Convicted of high treason, 20 December 1746; reprieved 12 February 1747; transported September 1748 to American colonies.
    Source: MR.
    Classification: French service; Transport.
  • OLIPHANT, John. Grenadier Captain, 12th coy Panmure’s Regiment of Foot, 1715: 2 sgts, 2 cpls, 2 drummers, 37 men, roll 46. In Amsterdam June 1716, Brussels 1719.
    Source: NRS GD45/1/201; Dobson (1995).
  • OLIPHANT, Laurence. Lt in Rollo’s in 1715.
    Source: Fortescue in BOEC 13 (2017), 9.
  • OLIPHANT, Laurence, Ygr of Gask. Captain and ADC, 1745. Escaped Sweden and France. Source: MR.
  • OLIPHANT, Laurence of Gask. Lt-Col. In Perthshire Regiment of Horse. Escaped, Sweden and France. Source: Rosebery/MR.
  • ORD, Lancelot. Captain?, 1715. Of Weetwood. Escaped.
    Source: Gooch (1995).
  • ORROCK, Alexander. Lt in Strathmore’s Battalion, 1715. Prisoner Preston, 1716; transported from Liverpool to Virginia on the Goodspeed, 28 July; landed Maryland, October.
    Source: Calendar of Treasury Books (04), 31.209; Calendar of SP 1716.310; JT Scharf, History of Maryland (1879); Dobson (1995).
    Classification: Transport.
  • OSLAND, John. Major of Dragoons in King’s Army, Ireland.
    Source: HMC SP I:147.
  • OUCHTERLONY, Alexander. Ensign in 10th coy, Panmure’s Regiment of Foot, 1715: 2sgts, 2 cpls, 33 men, roll 40. Son to the Laird of Guynd.
    Source: NRS GD 45/1/201.
  • OUCHTERLONY, James. Ensign in 9th coy, Panmure’s Regiment of Foot, 1715: 2 sgts, 2 cpls, 31 men, roll 38. Baillie of Montrose.
    Source: NRS GD45/1/201.
  • OUCHTERLONY, Patrick. Lt in Panmure’s Regiment of Foot, 1715, 2 i/c, 1st coy: 2 sgts, 2 cpls, 1 drummer, 40 men, roll 48.
    Source: NRS GD45/1/201.
  • OUCHTERLONY, Peter. Life Guard Volunteer, 1745. Coffee-house keeper Dundee, prisoner there 1746.
    Source: Rosebery.
  • OWEN, -. Surgeon, Lord Mountcashel’s Regiment of Infantry.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 95.
  • OXBURGH, -. Colonel, fell on the field at Aughrim.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 784.
    Classification: KIA.
  • OXBURGH, Francis. Colonel in King’s County, 1690.
    Source: D’Alton, 30.
  • OXBURGH, Henry. Captain, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton v. 2, 661, 663.
  • OXBURGH, Henry. Colonel, 1715.
    Source: Szechi (2006), 179.
  • OXBURGH, Sir Heward. Colonel, Sir Heward Oxburgh’s Regiment of Infantry. He was Sheriff of the King’s County in 1687, and represented it in the Parliament of 1689. The same year on the 12th July, by a Royal mandate he was constituted Provost Marshal of the King’s and Queen’s Countries, with powers to proceed according to the course of martial law against robbers, thieves, and tories. Attainted in 1691., 1690.
    Source: NLS Adv MSS 82.1.6; D’Alton v. 2, 661-663.
  • OXBURGH, John. Captain, Lord Luttrell’s Regiment of Horse. Attainted in 1691.
    Source: D’Alton, 189; D’Alton v. 2, 662-663.
  • OXBURGH, Richard. Lt, Galmoy’s Troop, Lord Galmoy’s Regiment of Horse.
    Source: D’Alton, 95; D’Alton v. 2, 662.
  • OXBURGH, Richard. Colonel in the Irish horse.
    Source: Childs (2007), 263.