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Marriage Records, Carrigeen and Mooncoin, Co. Kilkenny, 1789-91

Carrigeen & Mooncoin, Roman Catholic Parish Register

Marriage index 1789-1791

Marriages: Jan 26th, 1772 – March 4th, 1783
Jan 16th, 1789 – Feb 21st, 1814
Feb 21st, 1816 – Sept 27th, 1836
Jan 16th, 1837 – May 12th, 1879
NLI Pos. Pos 5019

The following is indexed according to the surname of the Groom. All spellings are as on the parish register. The townlands as named would seem to be part of a number of different civil parishes and whilst I have checked some townland names against those listed for county Kilkenny in the 1851 Townlands directory, I have not finished. In time, a table will be added to this set of parish records listing the various civil parishes involved and the different townland spellings. More indices will be added to this set of parish records in time.

In some cases, the placename was not given for either the Bride or Groom, it is possible that both were from the same place in these instances.

Mooncoin is listed as being the name of a Roman Catholic Union of a number of Civil Parishes. This means that the parish records, baptisms and marriages of people from townlands in those civil parishes should be found in the Mooncoin registers.

All references for the years mentioned 1789-1791 have been taken.

Name Abbreviations found in registers:
Wm = William Jas/Js. = James ; Mich/Mick. = Michael ; Margt. = Margaret ; Jn/Jno. = John or Jonathan; Ally = Anastasia (sometimes) ; Anty = Anastasia/Anastatia ; Lau. = Laurence ; Pat/Patt = Patrick ; May = Mary ; Jos. = Joseph ; Matt. = Matthew ; Onny = Winifred ; Cath. = Catherine ; Danl., Dan = Daniel; Hanna = Hanora or Anne ; Jer. = Jeremiah ; Sally = Sarah ; Bess = Elizabeth, Eliza ; Biddy/Bridgt. = Bridget ; Fanton = Finton. Nics./Nich = Nicholas ; Thos. = Thomas ; Nelly = Eleanor or Ellen ; Fanny = Frances

Name, Location, Name, Location, Year

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Aylward
Jas Brennan
Kyran Brennan
John Brophy
Robbert Brown
James Bryan
William Burrows
Edmond Burrows**
Michael Carrol
John Carty
John Conisay
James Connell
John Connors
Dennis Conway
Edmond Corcoran
John Cunningham
John Dalton
James Dalton
Edmond Doudy
Jno Doyle
Michael Doyle
William Dunphy
William Dunphy
Peter Dunphy
James Durney
Michael Fahy
Edmond Fehen
Dennis Fielding
William Fleming?
John Flynne
?Bernard Foran
John Gahan
John Grant
Jno Hanlin
William Hearn
William Henebry
Patrick Henesy
Thomas Hoban
Robbert Kane
Thomas Kealey
Peter Kealey
John Keefe
Patrick Keefe
Thos Keenah
Michael Kehoe
Martin Kelly
Jno Kenedy
William Kennedy
James Keyly
Andrew Kna..?
Walter Knox
Patrick Knox
Martin Kyrah
Andrew Lester
Michael Macky
John Magrath
Thos Maher
James Maher
Patrick Maher
Jno Maher
Michael Mangan
John McCarthy
Walter McDonnel
Edmd McDonnel
James McDonnell
William McDonnell
Andrew McKee
Edmond McKee
Michael Moran
Laurence Murphy
James Neagle
John O’Brien
Edmond Phelan
John Phelan
John Power
Michl Power
Simon Power
Tim Power
Thomas Quin
Michael Quin
Edmond Ryan
John Ryan
James Stapleton
James Sulivan
Edmond Synnot
Edmond Walsh
William Walsh
Nicholas Walsh
Walter Walsh
Richd Walsh
Edmond Walsh
Edmond Walsh
Walter Walsh
James Walsh
Michael Walsh
Willm Walsh
Edmond Walsh
Richard Walsh
David Whyte
Grange
Cashel
Tobrid
Cloga
Kilmacaw
Grange
Not given
Rathkyran
Polrone
Moanchoine
Not given
Fidown
Moanchoine
Monehoine
Monchoine
Not given
Skulfrah?
Templorum parish
Ardy
Kilcommons parish
Rathkyran
Lu?pney
Dornane
Moanchoine
Moanchoine
Carrigeen Parish
Not given
Kilanagannants
Clon?cummy
Monchoine
Munchoin
Not given
Lickelstown
Dowrnane
Ashgrove
Dornane
Clonaner?d
Capenagh?
Carrigeen
Andry
Ballynabobly
Moanchoine
Lisdroleen
Lickelstown
Tobrid
Monchoine
Polrone
Portlaw Parish
Ardry
Dornane
Kilmacow parish
Clogge
Carrigeen Parish
Monechoine
Not given
Portlaw Parish
Bally?gowra
Lu?pney
Ballyvareen parish of Ida
Moneehoine
Portnascully
Carrigeen Parish
Nicholastown
Mooneehoine
Cloga
Cloga
Not given
Ballygury
Moanchoine
Rathkyran parish
Clonmore
Cloncumanto
Lickelstown
Scart ?Poule
Monchoine
Ballynaholy
Tobrid
Aglish?
Not given
Lickelstown
Dornane
Not given
Capsanah
Moanchoine
Ballybrasil
Bahage
Ballygowry in Carrigeen Parish
Aglish
Aglish
Fiddown
Clogge
Kilmacow parish
of this parish
Turkalom or Qurklacom?
Rathkyran
Not given
Carrigeen
Glin Gran?t
Not given
Mary Osborne
Margaret Keefe
Catherine Reiddy or Buddy
Bridget Aylward
Margaret Grant
Margaret Nowlan
Catharine Grant
Mary Hearn
Elizabeth Walsh
Anne Power
Mary Byrn
Mary Brennan
Elioner McDonnel
Catherine Walsh
Joan Walsh
Mary Walsh
Mary Feoire
Catherine Dunphy
Catharine Dolehenty
Elinor Hoban
Mary Maguire
Anastase McDonnell
Margaret Broders
Honor Whibby
Joan Dunne
Catharine Deverix
Catherine Walsh
Catherine Walsh
Catherine Walsh
Catharine Joyce
Mary Sullivan
Mary (Margaret same record) Brennan
Eleanor Brennan
Mary Rider
Mary Guair?ey
Catharine Broders
Mary Power
Mary Keefe
Mary Walsh
Anastase Kealy
Mary Walsh
Mary Connel
Anne Walsh
Mary Quin
Mary Hays
Anstas Walsh
Bridget Clancy
Catherine Knox
Bridget Dunphy
Eleanor Quin
Mary Walsh
Mary McDonnel
Margaret Kehoe
Catherine Haton
Catharine Cleary (Clary)
Elizabeth Feoire?
Honor Bohan
Anne McGuire
Margaret Walsh
Mary White
Eleanor Broder
Margaret Dunphy
Joan Dedy
Mary Slattery
Margaret Walsh
Margaret Boe
Mary Feoire
Anastase Phelan
Mary Grant
Honor Walsh
Eleanor Henebry
Mary Fresheam
Eleanor Grant
Catherine Kehoe (Cahoe)
Eleanor Moran
Eleanor Commins
Joan Dunphy
Mary McDonnel
Joan Brennan
Catherine Dolehenty
Catherine Forestall
Margaret McDonnel
Eleanor Quin
Mary Quin
Mary Moran
Else Commerford
Anstais Walsh
Margaret Walsh
Mary Walsh
Mary Maher
Mary Walsh
Margaret Dunphy
Anastasia Walsh
Eleanor Walsh
Joan Kelter
Anne Walsh
Margaret Dolohanty
Eleanor Quin?
Margaret Henebry
Silerofe?
Ballybrasil
Barrabehea
Cloga
Dungoly
Rathkyran
Dungoly
Rathkyran
Polerone
Moanchoine
Barrabeha or Noarr….?
Polerone
Moanchoine
Ballytarsna
Monchoine
Silverspring
Rathshruel?
Tubrid
Ratherick?
Moancoine
Rathkyran
Grange
Dornane
Moanchoine
Can’t read
Carrigeen parish
Cloga
Grange
Ashgrove
Monchoine
Munchoin
Farrensarron?
Lickelstown
Dowrnane
Rathkyran
Dornane
Ballybrasil
D….ne
Carrigeen
Ballygury
Curladdy
Moanchoine
Barrabehea
Lickelstown
Ballycurry
Monchoine
Polrone
Cloga
Curloddy
Dornane
Moan?
Clogge
Carrigeen parish
???
Rathkyran
Polerone
Bally?gowra
Lusney
Dungoly
Colrane?
Lu?pney
Carrigeen parish
Cloga
Clogge
Rathkyran
Emmil
Lickelstown
Ballyneurrig
Moanchoine
Rathkyran parish
Rathkyran
Kileralgen
Lickelstown
Tobrid?
Ballybrasil
Moonogen or cen
James
Aglish?
Lickelstown
Currachonmartin
Polerone
Polrone
Capsanah
Moanchoine
Ballybrasil
Moanchoine
Ballygowry in Carrigeen Parish
Lu?pney
Aglish
Riverquarter?
Lufny?
Ballytarsna
of this parish
Clago
Rathkyran
Kilvarron
Carrigeen
Likelstown?
Grange
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Parish Register (Surnames), St. Thomas’, Dublin, 1750-91

“Register of the Parish of St. Thomas, Dublin, 1750-1791”

The surnames below are found in the above register. The register has been published by the Representative Church Body Library. If you would like to know more about any record pertaining to any surname listed here, then the book is probbaly obtainable through inter-library loan. Alternatively, you could contact the Representative Church Body Library.

Names

Acheson
Adams
Adamson
Adderly
Aldworth
Alexander
Allen
Allexander
Alley
Ambrose
Anderson
Andoe
Annessley
Appleby
Appleton
Archbold
Armstrong
Arthure
Ashburner
Ashe
Ashenhurst
Ashly
Askins
Atkins
Atkinson
Auchmuty
Austin
Aylmer
Ayres
Bacon
Bagenal
Baggs
Baillie
Baird
Baker
Baldwin
Balfour
Bailie
Ball
Ballaquire
Bambrick
Banns
Bargier
Barker
Barlow
Barns
Barret
Barry
Bartlett
Bartley
Bassett
Batchelor
Bates
Bathers
Battersby
Bayly
Beans
Beatts
Beaty
Beckensale
Belfield
Bell
Belson
Bennet
Benson
Beresford
Berisford
Berry
Berwick
Betson
Bevan
Bibby
Bigger
Billing
Bincks
Bingham
Binks
Birch
Bird
Birnie
Black
Blacker
Blackham
Blackwood
Blair
Blake
Bland
Blaney
Bodkin
Boe
Bolen
Bollon
Bolton
Bonham
Bonnor
Borroughs
Bosman
Bourk
Bourke
Bowden
Bowen
Boyd
Boyle
Bradley
Brady
Braithwaite
Brakley
Bran
Bredin
Brigs
Brisco
Briscoe
Bromlay
Brook
Brooke
Brown
Browne
Brownrigg
Bruen
Bruslin
Brussells
Buchanan
Buckley
Bucknall
Bulkley
Bunbury
Burgess
Burgh
Burke
Burne
Burnet
Burnett
Burnyeats
Burroughs
Burton
Bury
Bushe
Butler
Butt
Bynon
Byrne
Caddell
Calbeck
Caldwell
Callaghan
Callender
Camerin
Camfield
Campbell
Candler
Cane
Cannin
Cannon
Cantrell
Capper
Cardot
Cardott
Carlen
Carncross
Caroli
Carpenter
Carrol
Carroll
Carson
Carter
Cartwright
Carty
Casey
Cassan
Cassey
Cassidy
Casson
Cathery
Caulfield
Chaboteaux
Chaloner
Chamberlain
Chambers
Chandler
Charlemont
Charleton
Chebsey
Chiney
Christmas
Christmass
Chubsey
Clark
Clarke
Clarkson
Clayton
Clements
Clerk
Clinch
Clinton
Close
Clough
Cobbe
Cockin
Codd
Coffee
Coffey
Coglan
Colclough
Cole
Coleman
Collins
Colshaw
Condran
Condron
Connelly
Conner
Connor
Conroy
Conry
Conway
Cooke
Cooley
Cooper
Coote
Cornet
Corry
Cosgrave
Cottrell
Cowan
Cowell
Cox
Coyle
Crabb
Craford
Cramer
Cranfield
Craven
Crawford
Creighton
Crocker
Croghan
Croker
Crolly
Crosbie
Crosthwaite
Crowen
Cubitt
Cuefell
Cuff
Cuffe
Cullen
Cummin
Cumming
Cunningham
Curtis
Curwen
Cusack
Cuthbert
Cutler
Dalton
Daly
Dannell
Darby
Darcey
Darcy
Dark
Darley
Darling
Dartrey
Davidson
Davis
Dawson
Day
De Bordz
Deane
Debutts
Deckella
Deering
Delany
Dempsey
Denham
Dennison
Derbyshire
Dering
Desvoeux
Devenish
Devereux
Devonish
Dick
Dickey
Dickson
Dier
Digby
Dignam
Dillon
Dimm
Dinham
Disney
Divine
Dixon
Dobbin
Dobbs
Dobson
Dockry
Dodd
Dodgins
Dogood
Donelson
Donkin
Donnellan
Donnelly
Donovan
Donstan
Doran
Dougherty
Doughty
Douse
Dowdall
Dowker
Dowling
Downes
Downing
Doyle
Doyne
Drean
Druit
Duff
Duggan
Duke
Dunavin
Duncan
Dunganson
Dunkin
Dunkison
Dunlap
Durham
Dutton
Duvall
Dyke
Earley
Eaton
Eccles
Echlin
Edgworth
Edwards
Egar
Eger
Elliott
Ellis
Emeson
Enery
Engel
Ennerey
Epwel
Epwell
Evans
Evatt
Eyers
Eyre
Eyres
Fagan
Falkiner
Farmer
Farrell
Farringdon
Fawson
Fazakerly
Feagon
Fell
Fennell
Fenwick
Ferguson
Fetherston
Fetherstone
Filgate
Finegan
Finlay
Finnegan
Fish
Fisher
Fittsummons
Fitzgerald
Fitzmorris
Fitzpatrick
Flanagan
Fleming
Fletcher
Flood
Forsayeth
Forster
Fortescue
Forth
Foster
Fox
Foxall
Foy
Franks
French
Friell
Frizell
Finegan
Finlay
Finnegan
Fish
Fisher
Fittsummons
Fitzgerald
Fitzmorris
Fitzpatrick
Flanagan
Fleming
Fletcher
Flood
Forsayeth
Forster
Fortescue
Forth
Foster
Fox
Foxall
Foy
Franks
French
Friell
Frizell
Fry
Fullead
Fullham
Fyfield
Gain
Gainer
Galagher
Galbraith
Gallagher
Galway
Gammon
Gardiner
Gardnier
Garragan
Gartside
Gartsides
Gaskin
Gass
Gastin
Gaston
Gaven
Gaynor
Gentleman
George
Gernon
Gerrard
Gerside
Gibling
Gibson
Giff
Gill
Gillis
Gilmore
Ginn
Gitner
Gittner
Glascock
Glascow
Gledowe
Goddard
Godfrey
Godley
Goff
Golding
Goodbody
Goodwin
Gordon
Gore
Gorges
Gotheral
Goulding
Grace
Grady
Graham
Grattan
Grave
Graves
Graydon
Green
Greene
Gregory
Grierson
Griffin
Griffith
Griffiths
Grooms
Grubere
Grumley
Guest
Guinin
Guthry
Hacket
Haddick
Haffy
Hakett
Hall
Halpin
Haly
Hamerton
Hamilton
Hammet
Hanbury
Hand
Handcock
Handley
Hanlon
Hanne
Hardcastle
Harder
Harman
Harpur
Harrick
Harricks
Harris
Harrison
Hart
Hassler
Hastings
Hatch
Hatton
Haverly
Hawkins
Hawkshaw
Hawtry
Haycock
Hayes
Heath
Heathwood
Heatley
Heatly
Helden
Henderson
Hendy
Henry
Heog
Herbert
Herbret
Herrod
Hervey
Hewitt
Higginson
Higinbotham
Hill
Hinchey
Hiney
Hoare
Hodgens
Hodges
Hodgins
Hodgson
Hodson
Hoey
Hogan
Holcroft
Hollerin
Holmes
Holt
Hornby
Horner
Hornidge
Hovenden
Howard
Hudson
Hughes
Humphreys
Humphry
Hunt
Husband
Hussey
Hutcheson
Hyde
Hyland
Hyton
Irvine
Irwin
Ivers
Jackson
Jacob
James
Jay
Jessop
Jewlley
Jinings
Johnson
Johnston
Jones
Jourdan
Juran
Jurgens
Kane
Kannon
Kavannagh
Kavenagh
Keating
Kehoe
Keirnan
Kellinghusen
Kelly
Kenedy
Kennan
Kennedy
Kenny
Kent
Keogh
Keon
Keough
Ker
Key
Kildea
Kilinghusen

Killinghusen
Killingley
Kimage
Kinch
Kinchla
King
Kingston
Kirchhoffer
Kirchoffer
Kirk
Kirkpatrick
Kirwan
Kirwin
Kitchen
Knight
Knox
Lamb
Lambart
Lambert
Land
Lang
Laurence
Law
Lawe
Lawless
Lawlor
Lawrence
Le Renard
Lea
Leathern
Ledgerwood
Ledwith
Lee
Leeson
Leggett
Leigh
Lemon
Leonard
Lesley
Leslie
Leslye
Lessley
Lesslie
Lewis
Lifford
Lilly
Lindsay
Lindsey
Lindsy
Lloyd
Lloyde
Loftus
Long
Lord
Lorguirfur
Lovett
Lowdon
Lowe
Lowry
Lowther
Lucas
Luggard
Lundy
Lunn
Lynam
Lynham
Lyon
Lyons
Lyster
Lyttle
Macartney
Macklin
Macnamara
Madden
Madders
Magan
Maginnes
Maginnis
Magrath
Mahon
Makeever
Makenzie
Makeveer
Malleverer
Malone
Malowney
Mangaurin
Mannin
Manseragh
Mansergh
Manwaring
Mara
Marlay
Martin
Massey
Mather
Mathews
Maturin
Maulaverer
Mauleverer
Mauroumet
Mauroumett
Maxwell
May
Mayers
Mayne
Mayrins
Mazier
Maziere
McAlester
McAlister
McAuley
McAvoy
McCahan
McCahin
McCann
McCasland
McCaver
McClane
McClelland
McConnrigall
McCormick
McCullagh
McDaniel
McDannell
McDermot
McDermott
McDonagh
McDonnell
McDonough
McEvoy
McGowan
McGuinness
McGusty
McKeon
McKinzie
McLinn
McLoy
McMahon
McManis
McManus
McMullan
McMullen
McVoy
McWilliam
Mead
Meares
Mears
Meathers
Medlicott
Menzeis
Menzies
Mercer
Meredyth
Metge
Middleton
Milbank
Millbank
Miller
Mills
Minchin
Minis
Mitchell
Molesworth
Molloy
Molony
Molyneux
Monck
Monckton
Monk
Monks
Montgomery
Mooney
Moore
Moran
Morecraft
Moren
Morgan
Morris
Morrison
Morrisson
Morrow
Mottley
Mountflorence
Mountmorres
Muilix
Mulavan
Mulchay
Mu]lin
Mulony
Murphy
Murray
Murry
Muspratt
Mussenden
Muston
Myers
Myhill
Myler
Nairac
Neal
Neale
Nesbit
Nesbitt
Newcomen
Newenham
Newinham
Newland
Newlin
Newton
Nichols
Nicholson
Nilan
Nillon
Nix
Noble
Nolan
Norcote
Norcott
North
Northwood
Norwood
Nowlan
O’Brian
O’Brien
O’Conner
O’Donel
O’Flaherty
Ogle
O’Neal
Oram
Ormsby
Orom
Osborne
Oughton
Owen
Padden
Paget
Pagett
Pain
Paisent
Palmer
Pandcock
Pardoe
Parker
Parks
Parren
Parsons
Patrick
Paul
Paulet
Paumier
Pearce
Pearson
Pebby
Pennington
Penrose
Pepper
Perces
Perkins
Perrin
Perry
Pery
Peyton
Phepo
Phepoe
Phibbs
Phillips
Pidgeon
Pierce
Pinto
Player
Pleayer
Plewis
Plunket
Polly
Poole
Porter
Powell
Power
Poynton
Pratt
Price
Primwrite
Purcell
Purdon
Quin
Quire
Quirk
Raferty
Rafferty
Rainsford
Ralph
Ram
Ransford
Ranson
Ratcliffe
Rathborne
Rawlins
Read
Reade
Reddy
Reed
Regoe
Reilly
Reily
Revell
Ribton
Rice
Rich
Richards
Richardson
Richey
Richmond
Ricketts
Rider
Rilly
Riverston
Roarke
Roberts
Robinson
Rochfort
Roe
Rogers
Rooney
Roper
Rosborough
Roscoe
Rose
Ross
Rosscraft
Rotton
Rourke
Roycraft
Rubotson
Rubottom
Rumney
Russell
Ryan
Ryder
Sabine
Sadler
Salev
Sancey
Sandford
Sands
Sandys
Saunders
Saunderson
Savage
Scale
Scanlan
Scott
Scully
Seagrove
Seeley
Sempill
Semple
Sensi
Seurlog
Shanley
Shea
Sheen
Shepphard
Sheridan
Sherlock
Sherrard
Sherred
Shirwin
Siggins
Simcox
Simms
Simpson
Simys
Sinck
Siree
Skeys
Slade
Slator
Sletsick
Small
Smart
Smith
Smyth
Snell
Sneyd
Sneyde
Snow
Somers
Somervile
Sommers
Southwell
Spencer
Sperills
Spicer
Spotswood
Sproule
Squire
Stacey
Stackpoole
Stacy
Stafford
Stalwood
Standish
Staples
Staunton
Stearne
Steel
Steele
Stelsick
Stephens
Stewart
Stopford
Stratford
Strattan
Streton
Stretton
Stringfellow
Strong
Stubbs
Styels
Summonday
Swan
Swanack
Sweeney
Sweeny
Swift
Swinburn
Swiny
Symes
Symms
Talbot
Taylor
Templeton
Tenant
Tench
Ternan
Ternon
Tew
Tharp
Thomas
Thompson
Thornhill
Thornton
Thorp
Tiddeman
Tiernan
Tighe
Timmins
Tindall
Tisdall
Todd
Toner
Topham
Tottenham
Towers
Townsend
Tracey
Travell
Travers
Trench
Trocke
Trumble
Tuitelerg
Turner
Tyndale
Tyrone
Tyrrell
Tyzack
Underwood
Uniacke
Usher
Vandeleur
Vandoran
Vanwingarden
Veiney
Verney
Vernon
Vernor
Vessey
Vierpyl
Vierpyle
Vizer
Vokes
Waddle
Wade
Waite
Walch
Waldron
Walker
Wall
Waller
Walpole
Walsh
Walton
Wandesford
Warburton
Ward
Ware
Waring
Warner
Warren
Warring
Wash
Watson
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Children Attending Mountmellick Quaker School, Co. Laois, 1786-94

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Lucas’ Directory, Mountmellick, Co. Laois, 1788

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Bog Bursts, Ireland: County to County

Co. Londonderry

A.D. 1824, December 22.-Bog of Ballywindelland, Colerlaine.
A portion of this bog containing 80 or 100 acres gave way and passed into an adjoining valley: it gradually advanced on the firm land, during theday, at the rate of 2 feet per minute.

A.D. 1895, August 9.-Bog near Dungiven, Co. Derry
The site was in the townland of Briskey, at the east slope of Benbradagh; an extensive mountain bog 10 to 30 feet in depth, sloping at a gradient of about 1 in 12. Where the burst occurred a small stream runs underground for about a quarter mile, the ground above it being firm, so that cattle grazed on it.
On the evening of August 9th there, was a thunderstorm, but not accompanied by any excessive rainfall. The weather during the summer had been normal. In the night, probably, before midnight, between 2 and 3 acres of bog gave way. For some 40 yards length at its lower end, the bog burst out entirely. Over the rest a tapering area 300 feet wide by 600 long, the ground subsided about 10 feet, leaving great blocks of the solid crust, broken up in a fantastic way. A very considerable flood of water and peat poured down the stream, which eventually joins the River Roe. No damage was done, as the gradients are steep, and the land not under cultivation, but a cottage situated beside the stream 1 mile below the scene of the outburst narrowly escaped being washed away. A deposit of peat was left on the banks of the stream for a considerable distance. There is evidence of several similar slides having taken place in the district..

Ref: Information supplied by Mr. H.C. Moore, C.E., Dungiven (1897 – to Dr. Praeger)

Co. Galway

A.D.1745, March 28.- Bog of Addergoole, Dunmore, County Galway-
About mid-day, after a heavy thunder-shower, about 10 acres of bog, the front of which was being cut for turf, moved forward and down the course of a stream, and subsided upon a low pasture of 30 acres by the riverside, where it spread and settled, covering the whole. The stream thus dammed back, rose till it formed a lake of 300 acres, which, by the cutting of a channel, was subsequently reduced to 50 or 60 acres. This area, together with the 30 acres of meadow over which the bog spread, has been destroyed for purposes of husbandry.

Ref: Ouseley, Trans. R.I.A., vol. ii, Science, pp. 3-5, plate I., ?1887

A.D. 1821, September.-Joyce country, County Galway.-
“Upwards of a hundred acres of land, on which crops were growing and several families resided, were heard to emit a sound resembling thunder; the earth then became convulsed, and eventually this large tract moved down towards the sea, leaving the whole route over which it passed a complete waste.

A.D. 1873. October 1.-Bog 3 miles east of Dunmore, Co. Galway.
The bog was connected with the Dunmore river by the Carrabel, a small stream. It was considerably elevated above the surrounding country, its edges presenting the appearance of high turf banks. “A farmer digging potatoes suddenly observed a brown mass slowly approaching. Leaving his spade in the ground, he went for the neighbours, and on his return the mass of moving bog had half covered his potato field, and completely hidden his corn field from sight, except a few stacks which remained on a knoll, an island in the midst of a scene of desolation.” The bog slowly flowed down the valley of the Dunmore, burying three farm houses, and covering about 300 acres of pasture and arable land, 6 feet deep. The peat was cut along a perpendicular face, 25 to 30 feet in height, which extended down to the underlying gravel. It was from this cutting that the outburst took place, The flood of peat and water moved rapidly at first, but afterwards slowly, and continued in movement for 11 days. It carried away roads and bridges. The subsided portion of the bog extended eastwards from the face of the cutting for a distance of a quarter of a mile; its greatest breadth measured also a quarter of a mile, down the middle, a valley from 20 to 25 feet deep was formed, and about the sides the crust was torn asunder. The numerous crevasses so formed were fined to the top with black peaty fluid.

Ref: Savage, ‘Picturesque Ireland’ pp. 234-235

A.D. 1890. January 27.-Bog at Loughatorick North, Co. Galway
The bog is situated in the townland of Loughatorick North, on the Slieve Aughty Mountains, nearly on the watershed, and 300 feet above Ballinlough Lake, which lies N .E., and into which the bog drains by a small river. The bog consists of two portions, separated by a narrow neck, where exposed rock was seen after the outburst. The upper and larger part is 70 acres in extent, the lower only 15 acres. The latter began to move 3 days before the upper portion; in its centre was a small lake to which an underground stream could be traced; after the outburst, this lake became dry. After a fall of snow, a sudden thaw set in on the 24th January ; three days later a movement of the bog commenced, and continued till 1st February. Great masses of peat were carried away by the black flood into Ballinlough Lake, which was nearly filled with peat and the outwashed trunks of trees. The lowlands were covered with peat over an area of 100 acres:, and for a depth of 12 inches. Traces of the flood were visible to a height of 6 or 7 feet on the trunks of trees which stood in its course. The upper part of the bog subsided from 10 to 15 feet ; its margins were much rent with fissures.

Ref: Report to the Board of Public Works, by Mr. A.T. Pentland, 24th November 1890.

Co. Limerick

A.D. 1697, June 7th. Kapanihane Bog, Co. Limerick, near Charleville:
Described in a letter dated June 7th, 1697:

“On the 7th day of June, 1697, near Charleville, in the County of Limerick, in Ireland, a great Rumbling, or faint Noise was heard in the Earth, much like unto a Sound of Thunder near spent ; for a little Space the Air was somewhat troubled with little Whisking Winds, coming to meet contrary Ways: and soon after that, to the greater Terror and Afrightment of a great Number of Spectators, a more wonderful thing happened ; for in a Bog stretching North and South, the Earth began to more, viz. Meadow and Pasture Land that lay on the side of the Bog, and separated by an extraordinary large Ditch, and other Land on the further side adjoining to it; and a Rising, or Little Hill in the middle of the Bog thereupon sunk flat.

This Motion began about Seven of the Clock in the Evening, fluctuating in its Motion like Waves, the Pasture-Land rising very high, so that it over-run the Ground beneath it, and moved upon its Surface, rowling on with great pushing Violence, till it covered the Meadow, and held to remain upon it 16 Feet.

In the Motion of this Earth, it drew after it the Body of the Bog, part of it lying on the Place where the Pasture-Land that moved out of its Place it had before stood; leaving great Breaches behind it, and Spewings of Water that cast up noisom Vapours : And so it continues at present, to the great Wonderment of those that pass by, or come many Miles to be Eye-witnesses of so strange a thing.”

This communication was accompanied by a map and detailed description by John Honohane.

Ref: Philosophical Transactions, vol. Ixi, pp.714-716, October, 1697; & Boate, Molyneux and others, a Natural History of Ireland, 1755, p. 113

A.D. 1708. Castlegarde Bog, County Limerick.- The Castlegarde bog, or as it was then called Poulevard, moved along a valley and buried three houses containing about twenty-one persons. It was a mile long, a quarter mile broad, and about 20 feet deep in some parts. It ran for several miles, crossed the high road at Doon, broke, through several bridges, and flowed into the Lough of Coolpish.

Ref: Dublin Evening Telegraph, 2nd January 1897

A.D. 1840, January.- Bog of Farrtindoyle, Kanturk, Co. Cork.
The bog was 10 feet in thickness, resting on a substratum of yellow-clay; the pent-up water underrmined a prodigious mass of bog, and bore it buoyantly on its surface; twenty acres of valuable meadow were covered, and a cottage: was propelled and engulfed ; a quarter of a mile of the road from Kanturk to Williamstown was covered 12 to 30 feet deep.

Ref: Freemans journal, January 3, 1840 (copied from the Cork Standard)

Co. Longford

A. D.1809,December 6.- Bog of Rine, Camlin River, County Longford.
“In the night during a thunderstorm, about 20 acres of the bog burst asunder in numerous places, leaving chasms of many perches in length, and of various breadths, from 10 feet to 3 inches. The rifts were in general parallel to the river, but in some places the smaller rifts were at right angles to it; not only the bog, but the bed of the river was forced upward; the boggy bottom filling up the channel of the river, and rising 3 or 4 feet above its former banks. In a few hours 170 acres of land were by these means overflowed, and they continued in that state for many months, till the bed of the river was cleared by much labour and at considerable expense.”

The bog had been an unusually wet one. It did not sink in any particular place. “Several earthquakes were felt in distant countries about 16th December, …and it is not absolutely impossible that a communication may exist between them ” (the earth quake and the bog-slide.)

Ref: Edgeworth, App. 8 to the 2nd Report of Bog Commission, p. 176, 1811

A.D. 1883. January 30- Bog near Newtownforbes, Co. Longford.
“A bog near Newtownforbes has commenced to migrate, covering turf and potatoes.”

A.D. 1819, January.- Owenmore Valley, Erris, Co. Mayo
“A mountain tarn burst its banks, and heaving the bog that confined it, came like a liquid wall a-down, forcing everything along boulders, bog timber, and sludge, until, as it were in an instant, it broke upon the houses [of a small village], carrying all before it, stones, timbers, and bodies; and it was only some days after, that at the estuary of the river in Tullohan Bay, the bodies of the poor people were found.”

Ref: Otway, “Sketches in Erris and Tirawley,” p. 14, 1841

Co. Offaly

A.D. 1821, June 26.Bog of Kilmaleady, near Clara, King’s Co. (Offaly)
The excellent report on the outbreak of this bog, communicated to the Royal Dublin Society by Sir Richard Griffith, may with advantage be consulted by those who are interested in the subject. It will be found in the Journal of the Royal Dublin Society, vol. I., pp. 14I-144 and map, 1858.

Sir William. Wilde gives the following additional particulars taken from the daily press of the time :~
At 7 p.m:, of the evening of the 26th June, the south front of the bog of Ballykillion, or Kilmalady, gave way to a depth of 25 feet, and with a tremendous noise, commenced to move down the valley at the rate of about 2 yards an hour, with a front 200 yards wide, and about 8 feet deep. It continued to move for more than a month,
“About the same time the Ferret bog, about 16 miles north-east of Kilmalady, was strongly agitated, boiling up to a great height.”

Ref: Census of Ireland for the year 1851, part v., vol., I, 1856, pp. 189, 190
Co. Sligo
A.D. 1831, January.- Bog, near Geevagh, Co. Sligo.
” After a sudden thaw of snow, the bog between Bloomfield and Geevagh gave way; and a black deluge, carrying with it the contents of 100 acres of bog, took the direction of a small stream, and rolled on with the violence of a torrent, sweeping along heath, timber, mud, and stones, and overwhelming many meadows and arable land. On passing through some boggy land, the flood swept out a wide and deep ravine, and a part of the road leading from Bloomfield to St. James’s Well was completely carried away from below the foundation for the breadth of 200 yards.”

Ref: Lyell, Principles of Geology’ 10th ed., vol. ii., p. 504

Co. Roscommon

A.D. 1870,December 14, 9 a..m.- Bog near Castlereagh, Co. Roscommon
The bog is situated 5 miles north-east of Castlereagh,on the watershed of the River Suck and the Owen-na-foreesha, a tributary of Lough Gara ; it overlies cavernous limestone. The eruption, took place from the face of a turf-cutting, which was from 12 to 15 feet in height. A very rapid flood of peat and water poured forth, bearing on its surface large masses or the crust of the bog; it rose 10 feet over Baslick Bridge, and left a deposit of peat, which covered 165 acres of low ground and extended for some 6 or 7 miles down the valley of the Suck; A valley was formed in the peat bog half a mile in length and 20 feet deep.

Ref: Report to the Board of Public Works, by Mr. Forsyth, 26th & 28th January, 1871

A.D. 1883. .January 25.- Bog near Castlereagh, Co. Roscommon.
“The bog was situated between the villages of Moor and Baslick; in about two hours it moved a mile in a south-westerly direction towards the River Suck; after a short interval the movement continued, some 4,000 acres of land were covered, three houses had to be deserted, several roads were blocked; the Ballinagare road being covered 15 feet deep. Eleven or twelve years ago the Tulla bog, situated about a quarter of a mile from the scene of the present outbreak, burst and discharged itself to the river Suck.”

Ref: Report to the Board of Public Works, by Mr. Forsyth, 31st October, 1883.

Co. Tipperary

A.D. 1788, March 27. Bog near Dundrum, county Tipperary.
A large bog of 1500 acres, lying between Dundrum and Cashel, in the county of Tipperary, began to be agitated in an extraordinary manner, and to the astonishment and terror of neighbouring inhabitants. The rumbling noise from the bog gave the alarm, and on the 30th it burst, and a kind of lava issued from it, which took its direction towards Ballygriffen and Golden, overspreading and laying waste a vast tract or fine fertile land belonging to John Hide Esq. Everything that opposed its course was buried in ruins. Four houses were totally destroyed, and the trees that stood near them torn up by the roots. The discharge has been incessant since the 30th, and how far it will extend cannot at present be deter.

Gentleman’s Magazine, vol 1viii, p. 355, 1788

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Munster Volunteer Registry, 1782, Co. Cork

CAVALRY COUNTY CORK.
True Blue Cork, 1745.
Colonel Richard Earl of Shannon.
One troop. Uniform- Blue, laced silver epaulets, white buttons; furniture, goat-skin.
Here follows the table of contents, giving a list of forty cavalry and eighty-six infantry regiments, which will be found in the general index.
While the work was printing, a new corps was formed, “The Limerick Cavalry ; Colonel Henry Perry, 1782.”
Note: An oval silver belt badge of the Cork True Blues is in my collection ; it bears the device of a harp crowned beneath a wreath inscribed “True Blue.” In Cochrane Patrick’s standard work on the ‘Medals of Scotland’, he figures, among those issued after the battle of Culloden, one to commemorate it, but gives no authority for doing so. In this he is mistaken, as it is the silver medal of the Cork True Blues. It is described, on the authority of Lindsay and Sainthill, in Fleming’s ‘Catalogue of War Medals, Clasps, and Crosses,’ and I have seen two that are preserved in Cork families, with the recipients names engraved upon the edge, who were officers in this the first of the volunteer cavalry regiments that were raised in Munster.-R. Day.
CAVALRY
County Cork

Mitchelstown Light Dragoons – July 1774
Colonel Viscount Kingsborough
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Cole Bowen
Major Thomas Badham Thornhill
Captain Harmer Spratt
Lieutenant William Raymond
Cornet William Alsop
Captain Thomas Bush
Surgeon David Fitzgerald
Secretary John Ryan
One Troop: Uniform – Scarlet, faced black, silver epaulets, yellow helmets, white buttons.
Furniture- goat skin edged black

Black Pool Horse, 1776
Colonel John Harding
Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Barry
Major William Alexander
Lieutenant Bradshaw Popham
Chaplain Arthur Hyde
Surgeon Richard Maguire.
One Troop: Uniform – Green laced gold, ditto epaulets, buff waistcoat and breeches; furniture goat-skin

Bandon Cavalry: May 6th 1778
Colonel Sampson Stawell
Major John Moore Traverse,
Captains Robert Waterhouse
Captain Simon F. Davies
Cornet Charles Bernard
Chaplain Charles Hewitt
Surgeon – ??
One Troop. Uniform – dark olive green jacket, half lapelled, crimson velvet cuffs and collar, silver epaulets; furniture, white cloth, hosing and holster caps embroidered; device B.C. harp and Crown.

Muskerry Blue Light Dragoons June 1st 1778
Colonel Robert Warren
Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Hutchinson
Major Samuel Sweete
Captain – ??
Lieutenant Thomas Coppinger
Cornet ??
Chaplain Edward Kenny
Adjutant Thomas Coppinger
Surgeon Richard Grey
Quartermaster John Spread
Secretary James Daltera
One Troop: Uniform – blue lapelled, edge white, silver epaulets, white jackets edged blue, furniture, goatskin

Youghall Cavalry 1776
Captain Commandant Robert Ball
Lieutenant John Smyth
Chaplain the Hon. Robert Moore
Surgeon – ??
Secretary John Segwick
One Troop. Uniform Scarlet, white faced.

Duhallow Rangers 1778
Colonel Hon. Charles Percival
Lieutenant-Colonel William Wrixon
Major Robert Wrixon
Captain George Crofts
Lieutenant – ??
Cornet James Purcel
Captain Arthur Kiely
Surgeon – ??
Secretary William Dore
Uniform not given

I am indebted to Captain J. Harris, of Annabella Villa, Mallow, for the loan of some interesting mementoes of this regiment, that enables me to fill the blank, and give its uniform, which was blue, trimmed with silver lace, silver epaulets, and gilt gorget. This gorget is of the usual regulation pattern, crescentic in form, of copper plated with gold, and engraved in the centre with the royal cypher G. R. crowned, between two sprays of laurel. It has its old leather lining of sheepskin, and is suspended by its original ribbon from two rosettes of blue silk. The shoulder belt, or, more correctly, the collar, is of blue cloth, four inches wide, with silver lace borders of one inch at each side, and between these a silver band of three-eighth inch, forming a continuation of chevrons from end to end, the length being four feet ten inches, or two feet five inches at each side when doubled. It is lined with buff leather. The silver epaulets are of the same pattern as those at present used in the Royal Navy. But of surpassing interest is the regimental banner, which measures three feet in extreme length, by one foot nine inches in width. It is made throughout of satin, rose colour on one side, and purple upon the other. The first has, richly worked with threads of gold, the device -of a harp crowned, and over it “Duhallow Cavalry,” the Whole encircled by a wreath of shamrocks. Upon the purple ground in raised silk embroidery is a volunteer in scarlet uniform upon a bay charger, and in the foreground a seated figure of Hibernia, with a harp; over all, the motto of the volunteers, “Aris et Focis,” surmounted with shamrocks. This banner was carried by the grandfather of Captain Harris, who held a commission in the Rangers as cornet. All are well preserved, and in excellent condition, and free from the ravages caused by moths and damp.-R Day

Imokilly Horse September 1778
Colonel Edward Roche
Lieutenant Colonel Robert McCarthy
Captain Robert Ball
Cornet John Fitzgerald
Chaplain Jeremiah Hart
Surgeon John Nagle M.D.
Secretary William Garde
One Troop. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, yellow buttons, gold epaulets, yellow helmets, white jackets edged red; furniture goatskin trimmed red.

Kilworth Light Dragoons July 1779
Colonel Stephen Earl Mount Cashel
Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Hyde
Major John Hyde
Captain William Newenham
Lieutenant Thomas Power
Cornet Garret Wall
Chaplain Hon. Robert Moore
Surgeon John Pigot M.D.
Adjutant and Secretary Richard Whitford
Uniform: Scarlet, faced green, gold epaulets, yellow buttons and helmets; furniture goatskin, trimmer green

Imokilly Blue Horse 1779
Colonel Robert Uniack Fitzgerald
Major Thomas FitzgGerald
Captain Travers
Lieutenant Uniack
Cornet – ??
Chaplain Edward Hardwood
Secretary John Hanning
Uniform: Blue, faced red.

Doneraile Rangers Light Dragoons July 12th 1779
Colonel St. Leger Lord Doneraile
Major John Hayes Sentleger
Captain Nicholas Green Evans
Lieutenant John Watkins
Cornet Nicholas Green Evans junior
Chaplain Hon. James Sentleger
Surgeon John Creagh M.D.
Adjutant Robert Atkins
Secretary James Hennessy
One Troop. Uniform- scarlet, faced green, edged white, gold epaulets, yellow buttons and helmets, green jackets, faced red; furniture, goatskins

Glanmire Union 27th August 1779
Colonel Henry Mannix
Captain Simon Dring
Lieutenant – ??
Cornet Deane Hoare
Chaplain Archdeacon Corker
Surgeon James Bennet M.D.
Secretary Rev. Chambre Corker
One Troop: Uniform Deep green, faced black; furniture, goatskin trimmed green.

Cork Cavalry
Colonel William Chetwynd
Major John Gillman
Captain John Smith
Lieutenant – ??
Cornet Paul Piersy
Chaplain – ??
Surgeon Thomas Harris
Secretary John Smith
One Troop: Uniform – Scarlet faced blue, silver laced, silver epaulets, white buttons; furniture, black cloth, laced gold.

Mallow Cavalry 1782
Colonel Cotter,
Captain – ??
Lieutenant – ??
Cornet – ??
Uniform – green jackets
Great Island Cavalry June 24th 1782
Captain Wallis Colthurst
Lieutenant William Colthurst
Cornet William Widenham
Adjutant Richard Donovan
Chaplain – ??
Surgeon Patrick Fitzgerald
Secretary John Roche
One Troop: Uniform Scarlet, green faced, gold epaulets., yellow buttons, white jackets edged black; furniture goatskin.

INFANTRY

Cork Artillery
Captain Richard Hare, jun.
Lieutenant Francis Jones
One Company, two pieces, four-pounders
Uniform: Blue, faced scarlet, yellow buttons, gold lace

Imokilly Blue Artillery
Colonel Robert Uniacke Fitzgerald
Major Thomas Fitzgerald
One Company; two four-pounders.
Uniform: Blue, faced scarlet

True Blue, Cork, 1745
Colonel Richard Lord Shannon
Lieutenant Colonel Godfrey Baker
Lieutenant Colonel James Morrison
Major Michael Robert Westrop
Captain St. Leger Atkins
Captain John Thompson
Captain Francis Gray
Captain Richard Perry
Lieutenant Jasper Lucas
Lieutenant Charles Denroche
Chaplain William Johnson
Surgeon – ?? Davis, M.D.
Secretary John Terry
Four Companies, viz. one grenadier, two battalions, one light.
Uniform: Blue, laced silver, white buttons

Cork Boyne, 1776
Colonel John Bagwell
Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh Lawton
Major John Bass
Captain Arthur Connel
Captain Thomas Chatterton
Captain James Chatteron
Captain Daniel McCarthy
Lieutenant : ?? Kearns
Lieutenant Robert Travers
Lieutenant James Chatterton, jun.
Chaplain Henry Sandiford
Surgeon Michael Busted
Four Companies – one grenadier, two battalions, one light
Uniform: Blue, faced blue, yellow buttons, gold epaulets and lace.

Mallow Boyne, May 1776
Colonel Sir James Laurence Cotter, bart.
Captain William Galway
Captain Edmund Spenser
Lieutenant Samuel Lloyde
Lieutenant Robert Kell
Ensign Edmund Carpenter
Surgeon John Faulkes
Quartermaster George Faulkes
One grenadier Company, one battalion
Uniform: Blue, edged buff, buff waistcoat and breeches, yellow buttons

Bandon Boyne, 1777
Colonel: ??
Captain: ??
Lieutenant: ??
Ensign John Loane
Chaplain: ?? Wright
Surgeon Richard Loane
Secretary Bernard Blake
One Company. Uniform: Blue edged buff, yellow buttons, buff waistcoat and breeches, gold epaulets

Carbery Independents, May 20th 1777
Captain Commanding William Beecher
Captain John Townsend
Lieutenant Lionel Fleming
Chaplain William Robinson
Surgeon Thomas Clarke
One company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced green, yellow buttons

Aughrim of Cork, 1777
Colonel Richard Longfield
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Herbert
Major Ebenezer Morison
Captain Rowland Morison
Captain M. Busted Westrop
Lieutenants and Ensigns not filled up
Chaplain : ?? Lee
Surgeon Samuel Hartwell
Three companies. Uniform Scarlet, faced scarlet, edged white

Loyal Newberry Musquiteers, June 1777
Colonel Adam Newman
Major John Newman
Captain Richard Foot
Captain George Foot
Lieutenant James Lombard
Lieutenant Edmund Lombard
Chaplain Henry Newman
Two companies – one grenadier, one light. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black

Cork Union, March, 1776
Captain Commandand Henry Hickman
Captain Benjamin Hayes
Captain Simon Cooke
Captain James Gregg
Captain : ?? Galway
Lieutenants and Ensigns not filled up.
Adjutant James Hudson
Chaplain Broderick Tuckey
Surgeon ?? Townsend M.D.
Secretary James Gregg
Four Companies, one grenadier, two battalions, one light. Uniform: Scarlet, faced green, yellow buttons.

Culloden Volunteers of Cork, March 23rd, 1778
Colonel Benjamin Bousfield
Lieutenant-Colonel and Major not named
Captain Henry Newsom
Captain Samson Jervais
Captain Isaac Jones
Lieutenants not named
Chaplain H. Baggs
Surgeon: ?? Potter
Three companies: one grenadier, one battalion, one light. Uniform: Blue, faced scarlet, yellow buttons, officers: gold epaulets

Ross Carbery Volunteers
Colonel Thomas Hungerford
Captain Michael Feend
Lieutenant William Morris
Lieutenant John Hungerford
Chaplain Henry Jones
One Company. Uniform, scarlet, faced blue.

Passage Union, March 29, 1778
Major Commandant Michael Parker
Captain Richard Roberts
Captain Charles Clarke
Captain Achilles Daunt
Lieutenants not recorded
Ensign Edward Ford
Adjutant William Atkins
Chaplain: ?? Austen
Surgeon Anthony Mann
Secretary Michael Ford
Three companies: one grenadier, one battalion , one light. Uniform: Scarlet, faced deep green, white buttons

Bandon Independants, March 29th , 1778
Colonel Francis Bernard
Captain Robert Sealy
Lieutenant Thomas Child
Adjutant George Kingston
Ensign john Traverse
Chaplain George Sealy
Surgeon Richard Loane
Secretary Richard Needham
One company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, gold epaulets, yellow buttons, green jackets, laced black.

Youghal Independent Blues, 1778
Colonel Robert Uniacke
Captain Richard Uniacke
Lieutenant Edward Green
Lieutenant Hugh Pollock
Lieutenant Samuel Nealore
Ensign Richard Seymour
Adjutant Samuel Nealore
Chaplain John Lawless
Surgeon John Sedgewick
Secretary John Scamadon
Two companies. Uniform: Blue, faced scarlet, edged white

Youghal Rangers, April 19th 1778
Lieutenant-Colonel Commandent Meade Hobson
Major John Swayne
Major Samuel Hobson
Major Thomas Browning
Major Samuel Freeman
First Lieutenant John Sedgewick jun
Second Lieutenant James Ellard, jun
Chaplain Jonas Pratt
Surgeon James Haigorm
Two Companies – one grenadier, one light. Uniform: Grass green, faced scarlet, gold lace and yellow buttons

Kingsale Volunteers, May 1st 1778
Colonel James Kearney
Captain Edmund Leary
Captain John Edward Heard
Lieutenant William Newman
Lieutenant Thomas Dunn
Lieutenant Robert Lander
Chaplain Hon. Gerald De Courcey
Adjutant Jos. Coleman
Surgeon Robert Smith
Secretary George Frith
Two companies: one battalion, one light. Uniform: Scarlet, faced buff

Kanturk Volunteers, May 1st 1778
Colonel John James Earl of Egmont
Lieutenant Colonel :??
Captain James Purcell (?)
Chaplain Charles Fennel
Surgeon Daniel Williams
One company. Uniform Scarlet, faced light blue

Hawke Union of Cove, May 9th, 1778
Captain Commandant William Dickson
Captain John Colthurst
Lieutenant William King Sleigh
Lieutenant Andrew Byrne
Lieutenant Ralph Sleigh
Chaplain: ?? Atterbury
Adjutant William King Sleigh
Surgeon James Sall
Secretary William Hannah
Uniform: Blue edged and lined buff, yellow buttons, buff waistcoat and breeches

Blackwater Rangers
Colonel Richard Aldworth
Lieutenant Colonel : ?? Stanard
Captain Lieutenant, Ensign not filled up.

Blarney Volunteers
Colonel George Jefferys
Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Gibbs
Captain William William
Captain Edward O’Donoghue
Captain Thomas Whally
Captain Samuel Townsend
Lieutenant Francis Cottral
Lieutenant William McCreight
Lieutenant Thomas Rubee
Chaplain Thomas Davies
Second Chaplain John Gibbs
Surgeon John Lee
Secretary Thomas Magin
Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, white buttons

Newmarket Rangers
Colonel Boyle Aldworth
Major William Allen
Captain Sentledger Aldworth
Chaplain Henry Weston
Surgeon Richard Graham
Secretary Laurence Curran
Uniform: blue, faced blue

Curriglass Volunteers, April 1779
Captain Commandant Peard Harrison Peard
Lieutenant Stephen Rolston
Chaplain: ?? Perceval
Secretary James Graham
One Company

Castlymartyr Society, May 1779
Captain William Hallaran
Lieutenant T.C. Wheble
One company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced pale

Inchigeelagh Volunteers, June 1st 1779
Captain Commandant Jasper Masters
Lieutenant John Boyle
Ensign Ben Swete
Chaplain Edward Weeks
Surgeon William Grainger
Secretary Henry Grainger
One light company. Uniform: blue, edged buff, buff waistcoat and breeches

Muskerry Volunteers, June 19th 1779
Captain Commandant Thos. Barker
Captain William Ashe
Lieutenant John Barter
Ensign Mathre Menheer
Chaplain Edward Synge Townsend
Surgeon Richard Grey,M.D.
Adjutant John Butler
One company. Uniform: Blue, edged buff, buff waistcoat and breeches

Doneraile Rangers, July 12th , 1779
Colonel Sentleger Lord Doneraile
Major Hon. Hayes Sentleger
Captain John Welstead
Lieutenant George Roberts
Adjutant Robert Atkins
Chaplain Hon. James Sentleger
Surgeon John Creagh, M.D.
Secretary James Hennessy
One Company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced green, yellow buttons, gold epaulets

Bantry Volunteers, July 12th 1779
Colonel Hamilton White
Captain Richard Blair
Lieutenant David Melifont
Ensign Henry Galway
Ensign John Young
Adjutant Henry Galway
Secretary Francis Hoskin
One Company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced white

Kilworth Volunteers, July 1779
Colonel Stephen Earl Mountcashel
Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Hyde
Major John Hyde
Captain Robert Hendley
Lieutenant John Drew
Ensign Lord Kilworth
Adjutant Richard Whitford
Chaplain Hon. Robert Moore
Secretary Richard Whitford
One company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced green, yellow buttons

Mallow Independents, 1779
Colonel John Longfield
Captain George Stawell
Ensign Jonas Stawell
Adjutant and Secretary James Magrath
One Company. Uniform, Scarlet, faced green, yellow buttons

Youghall Union Fusileers, 1779
Major Commandant Thomas Green
Captain John Reeves
Captain William Jackson
Lieutenant Daniel Freeman
Captain Thomas Walshe
Captain James Green
Chaplain Richard Vincent
Surgeon Benjamin Jackson
Two Companies
Uniform: Scarlet, faced blue, edged white, white buttons

Duhallow Volunteers, October 1779
Colonel Broderick Chinery
Captain William Leader
Lieutenant Henry Leader
One company

Kinnelea and Kerrech Union, December 1779
Colonel Thomas Roberts
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Herrick
Major John Roberts
Captain Richard Townsend
Captain Thomas Daunt
Captain Michael B. Westrop
Lieutenant George Daunt
Lieutenant William Daunt
Lieutenant ?? Carey
Ensign ?? Peed
Three companies. Uniform Blue, edged white, white buttons

Charleville Volunteers
Colonel Chidley Coote
Major St. George Hatfield
Lieutenant ?? Sanders
Secretary George Hooper
Uniform: Blue lapelled, edged red.

Imokilly Blue Infantry
Coloonel Robert Uniack Fitzgerald

Castle Lyons Volunteers
Colonel ??????

Munster Volunteer Registry, 1782, Co. Waterford

Waterford Artillery
Captain Joseph Pawl
Lieutenant John M. Carew
One company. Two pieces, four-pounders. Uniform: Blue, faced red, yellow buttons

Waterford Independants Nos. 1 & 6. No. 1 March 1778
Captain Commandant Henry Alcock
Lieutenant John Alcock
Lieutenant William Alcock
One company, 1st battalion.
Second battalion or No. 6, September 1781
Lieutenant Henry Hayden
Lieutenant John Wyse
Lieutenant Peter Ryan
Adjutant William Alcock
Chaplain Robert Drapes
Surgeon Simon Lamphire,M.D.
Quartermaster William Irvin
One company, 2nd battalion. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, white buttons, silver laced hats

Waterford Independants No. 2, March 1798
Captain Robert Shapland Carew
Lieutenant Robert T. carew
Lieutenant Arthur Dobbin
Lieutenant William Morris
Chaplain Richard Ryland
Surgeon James Semple, M.D.
One Company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, silver laced wings, white buttons

Waterford independents No. 3, May 1778
Captain Hannibal William Dobbyn
Lieutenant Stephen Wortheval
Chaplain John Fury
One Company

Tallow Independent Blues, August 1st, 1778
Captain Commandant George Bowles
Captain William Carr
Lieutenants Thomas Boyce
Lieutenant Anthony Hales
Ensign Thomas Bull
Ensign John Drew Croker
Chaplain Hon. Robert Moore
Surgreon William Delany
Two Companies. Uniform: Blue, edged white

Royal Oaks or Waterford Independent Blues No. 4 & 5, September 1779
Colonel and Captain Cornelius Bolton
Captain Richard Kearney
Captain Henry Bolton
Lieutenant William Price
Lieutenant Samuel Roberts
Lieutenant Robert Cooke
Two companies, Nos. 4 & 5 – one light, one battalion. Uniform: Scarlet, faced blue

Dungarvan Volunteers, November 1st 1779

Colonel Right Hon. John Beresford
Major Godfrey Greene
Captain John Coughlan
Captain George Boat
Lieutenant Roger Dalton
Lieutenant James Ryves
Ensign Beverly Hearns
Chaplain ?? Higginbottom
Surgeon Patrick Comman
Secretary John Wilkinson
Battalion of light infantry, two companies. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, silver laced wing, white buttons.

Cappoquin Volunteers, 1779
Colonel John Kean
Captain Richard Kiely
Lieutenant Andrew Eaglish
Uniform: Scarlet and white, white buttons

Waterford Grenadiers, No. 7, June 1782
Captain David Wilson
Other ranks not filled up. One company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced yellow, wings silver laced, white buttons.

Munster Volunteer Registry, 1782, Co. Tipperary

Tipperary Volunteers, May 1st, 1776
Colonel Sir Cornelius Maude, bart.
Lieutenant-Colonel William Baker
Major Edward Moore
Captain Robert Bailie
Lieutenant Joseph Evans
Lieutenant John Cooke
Adjutant Frederick Corbett
Chaplain George Baker
Surgeon Joseph Evans, sen.
Quartermaster Richard De Lane
Secretary Robert Evans
One light company. Two brass field pieces, four-pounders. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, laced wings.

Roscrea Blues
Colonel Laurence Panens
Major Francis Tydd
Captain Edward Birch
Lieutenant Christopher Downer
Ensign George Birch
Chaplain Thomas L’Estrange
Surgeon John Franks
Secretary John Evans
Uniform: Blue, faced blue, edged scarlet

Ormond Union, 1779
Colonel Henry Prittie
Major John Bailie
Captain Charles James Bury
Captain Ralph Smyth
Captain Richard White
Lieutenant Ezechial Tydd
Lieutenant Joseph Roberts
Lieutenant Christopher Tydd
Ensign James Walker
Adjutant Tydd Abbot
Chaplain M. Walker
Surgeon John Duggan
Secretary Benjamin Tydd
Three companies. Uniform Scarlet, faced white, silver epaulets, white buttons

Burraskane Volunteers, March 25th 1779
Colonel George Stoney
Major Thomas Stoney
Captain John Cornwall
Lieutenant Anthony Stoney
Ensign Jeremiah Gardener
Chaplain James Nesbet
One Company.

Ormond Independents, March 23rd, 1779
Colonel Daniel Toler
Lieutenant-Colonel John Greene
Major Simon Pepper
Captain George Jackson
Captain Daniel Rogers
Captain Solomon Cambie
Captain John Head
Lieutenant William Greenshield
Lieutenant james Otway
Lieutnenat Thomas Biggs
Lieutenant Samuel Clibborn
Lieutenant George Jackson
Lieutenant John Minchin
Lieutenant Thomas Ely
Adjutant S. Pepper
Chaplaim Michael Philpot
Surgeon Thomas Harrison
Secretary William Greenshields
Battlaion of Light infantry, four companies. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, silver epaulets and wings

Clonmel Independants, June 4th 1779
Colonel Richard Moore
Major John Watson
Captain Thomas Grodon
Captain George Miles
Lieutenant William Lloyd
Lieutenant George Rebbins
Lieutenant John Jones
Lieutenant Terence Magrath
Lieutenant Hugh Meagher
Adjutant John Kelly
Chaplain Nicholas Milly O’Doyle
Surgeon Robert Constable
Secretary Thomas Morton
Two companies – one light, one battalion. Uniform Scarlet, faced black, white buttons

Castle Otway Volunteers
Colonel Thomas Otway
Uniform: Scarlet, faced green

Cashel Volunteers, June 1779
Colonel Richard Penefather
Lieutenant-Colonel John Power
Major Thomas FitzGerald
Captain Thomas Penefather
Captain Thomas Price
Lieutenant William Price
Lieutenant Richard Price
Adjutant Francis Maguire
Chaplain R. Fitzgerald
Two companies – one light, one battalion. Two field pieces, four-pounders. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, white buttons

Fethard Independants, June 1779
Colonel William Barton
Lieutenant-Colonel Mathew Jacob
Major Thomas Barton
Captain William Despard
Captain Hamilton Lowe
Lieutenant William Barton
Lieutenant Laurence Clatterbuck
Ensign John Hamerton
Adjutant Samuel Jacob
Chaplain Edward Bacon
Surgeon John Bacon
Secretary Edward Kickham
Two companies – one light, one battalion. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, white buttons.

Nenagh Volunteers, July 1st, 1779
Colonel Peter Holmes
Lieutenant-Colonel Stafford O’Brien
Captain Morgan Carroll
Captain George Harden
Lieutenant John Poe
Lieutenant William Smith
Adjutant John Heacock
Chaplain Thomas Dawson
Surgeon Thomas Harrison
Secretary John Griffin
One battlation, two companies. Uniform: Blue, faced blue, yellow buttons

Thurles Union, August 1779
Colonel Francis Mathew
Lieutenant-Colonel George Mathew
Major Francis Parker
Captain John Purcell
Captain Francis Mathew, jun.
Lieutenant Bryan Kearney
Lieutenant James Purcell
One light, one battalion company

Drum Division of Thurles Union, August 1779
Colonel Theobald Baker
Captain William Bourke
Lieutenant Milo Bourke
Lieutenant Walter Bourke
One battalion company. Uniform of both Scarlet, faced green, yellow buttons

Kilcooly True Blues, 1779
Colonel Sir William Barker, bart.
Captain Pierce Butler,
Ensign ?? Walsh
Uniform: Blue edged, buff, yellow buttons, buff waistcoat, and breeches

Newport Volunteers
Colonel Lord Jocelyn
Captain Richard Waller
Lieutenant Henry White
Lieutenant William Anderson
Ensign ?? Gooseberry
Chaplain Edward Lloyde
Uniform: Scarlet, green collar, yellow buttons

Carrick Union, September 1779
Colonel George Earl Tyrone
Major Willliam Alcock
Captain Edward M. Mandevil
Lieutenant Richard O’Donnel
Lieutenant Wiliam Smyth
Ensign Richard Sauce
Adjutant William Smyth
One company, battalion light infantry. Uniform: Blue, faced blue, yellow buttons

Caher Union, January 1st 1781
Colonel Hon. Pierce butler
Captain William Hayes
Lieutenant Richard Boyle
Lieutenant Jerem. Hayes
Ensign Pierce Butler
One light company. Uniform: Blue, faced red, yellow buttons.

Munster Volunteer Registry, 1782, Co. Limerick

Kilfinnan Light Dragoons 1777
Captain Charles Coote
Lieutenant – ??
Cornet George Chapman
One Troop: Unirform, scarlet jackets, faced Pomona green, laced silver and epaulets; furniture, goatskin

County Limerick Horse June 8th 1779
Colonel John Croker
Major Edward Croker
Captains Edward Nash
Captain James Langton
Lieutenant – ??
Cornet James Mason
Chaplain Richard Croker
Secretary John Owens
Two Troops: Uniform – Scarlet, faced black, yellow buttons, buff waistcoat and breeches, yellow helmets; furniture, goatskin edged black.

Conagh Rangers June 1779
Colonel Robert Lord Muskerry
Lieutenant-Colonel William Percival
Major Thomas Lloyde
Captain Hugh Lloyde
Lieutenant R. Llyode
Surgeon J. Galluly
Secretary John Lloyde
Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, yellow buttons; furniture, goatskin

County Limerick Royal Horse
Colonel Hon. Hugh Massey
Major James Fitzgerald Massey
Captain Richard Taylor
Captain Maurice Studdert
Adjutant John McCormack
Chaplain William Massey
Surgeon john Brown
Secretary John McCormack
Two Troops: Uniform: Scarlet faced blue, furntiture, goatskin

Small County Union Light Dragoons
Colonel John Grady
Uniform: Scarlet, faced green

True Blue Horse
Colonel William Thomas Monsel

Connell’s Light Horse
Colonel Thomas Odell
Major William Odell
Captain John Westrop
Lieutenant – ?
Cornet Henry Westrop
Chaplain William Odell
Surgeon – ??
One Troop: Uniform – Scarlet, faced goslin green, dark green jackets

Riddlestown Hussars
Colonel Gerald Blennerhasset
Major John Bateman
One Troop. Uniform: scarlet, faced blue, silver epaulets, white buttons, white jacket, faced blue; furniture, goatskin

Infantry

Royal Glin Artillery, June 1779
Colonel John Fitzgerald, Kinght of Glin
Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Burgess
Major Henry Griffin
Captain Anthony Raymond
First Lieutenant Gerald Fitzgerald
Second lieutenant Daniel O’Brien
Adjutant William Quin
Captain Edward Day
Surgeon James Dubtertrand
Secretary William Fitzgerald
One sergeant-major, one sergeant, four bombardiers, two corporals, sixty rank and file, beside a band of ten. Four metal six-pounders, two small brass grass hoppers, one pounders. Uniform: Blue, faced gold, gold epaulets, scarlet cuffs and collar, yellow buttons, gold laced hat.

Kilfinnan Foot, 1776
Colonel Right Hon Silver Oliver
Lieutenant-Colonel William Ryves
Major Standish O’Grady
Captain William Chapman
Captain Robert Holmes
Lieutenant Matthew Franks
Lieutenant Henry Touchstone
Ensign William Touchstone
Ensign John Clarke
Secretary Westead Franks
One company. Uniform: Scarlet, faced Pomona green

County Limerick Fensible Volunteers
Colonel John Thomas Waller
Captain George Fosberry
Captain T. Fosberry
Lieutenant George Evans
Lieutenant George Clancy
Uniform: Scarlet, faced light blue

Loyal Limerick Volunteers, February 10th, 1776
Colonel Thomas Smyth
Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Harte
Major Thomas Burgess
Captain Thomas Vokes
Captain Sexton Baylie
Captain Thomas Bennis
Captain George Pitt
Captain Henry Erduni Titchin
Lieutenant Arnold Eggars
Lieutenant Tobias Dillon
Captain William End
Captain Jacob Ringrose
Captain Andrew Watson
Ensign Henry Bennis
Ensign Thomas Burgess
Adjutant Tobias Dillon
Chaplain Ephriam Moncell
Surgeon James Hill Phillips
Mate Thomas Gloster
Secretary Arnold Eggars
Five companies – one grenadier, three battalions, one light. Uniform: Scarlet, faced white, white buttons

Castleconnel Rangers, July 8th, 1778
Colonel Richard Lord Muskerry
Colonel-Commandant Richard Bourke
Major Thomas Lloyde
Captain George Gough
Captain Simon Purdon
Captain James Crawley
Captain George Hastings
Ensign Francis Frewen
Ensign Cornelius Crawley
Adjutant James Crawley
Chaplain Hon. James Murray
Surgeon Francis Llyode, M.D.
Secretary David Dwyer, jun.
Battalion and in light infantry four companies. Uniform: Scarlet, faced black, edged white, silver wings

Adare Volunteers
Colonel Sir Valentine Richard Quin
Captain John Quin
Lieutenant ?? Quin
Uniform: Scarlet, faced green

Rathkeale Volunteers, July 1st 1779
Colonel George Leake
Major Mat. Lane Scanlan
Captain Robert Holmes
Captain Francis Yielding
Lieutenant Samuel Leake
Lieutenant Edmond Dartnell
Ensign John George Leake
Adjutant John Leader
Chaplain Chanc. Maunsell
Surgeon John Brown
Secretary Michael Young
One grenadier, one light company. Uniform, Scarlet, faced black, silver wings, officers, full laced.

German Fusiliers
Colonel James Darcey
Captain ?? Llyode

True Blue Foot
Colonel William Thomas Monsel

Limerick Independants, October, 1781
Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant John Smyth Pendergast
Major Caleb Powell
Captain John Gabbett
Captain Amos Vereker
Captain Walter Widdenham
Lieutenant Joseph Sergeant
Lieutenant William Fosberry
Lieutenant Charles Bolton
Lieutenant ?? Roche
Adjutant James Russell
One grenadier, one battlation, one light company. Two brass field pieces, four-pounders. Uniform: Scarlet, faced Pomona green, laced silver epaulets