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1680s Death record- what Army would be in Dublin City?
« on: Saturday 21 March 15 23:24 GMT (UK) »
I have a death record of a possible ancestor in St. John's parish, 13 Nov 1683.  It reads "Daniel McCleane, one of Capt. Moriss(on's)(?) Company

I'm wondering what army this would be and if any records/muster rolls etc survive, and what their role would be in Dublin? 

Thanks to anyone who can help.

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Re: 1680s Death record- what Army would be in Dublin City?
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 21 March 15 23:41 GMT (UK) »
It would be the Irish Army, but no clues as to what Regiment?
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Re: 1680s Death record- what Army would be in Dublin City?
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 22 March 15 08:55 GMT (UK) »
Howard , Viney , Kingsman, Pain/e, Rainer/ Rayner, Barham, George, Wakeling (Catherine), Vicary (Frederick)   all LDN area/suburbs  Ottley/ MDX,
Henman/ KNT   Gandy/LDN before 1830  Burgess/LDN
Barham/SFK   Rainer/CAN (Toronto) Gillians/CAN  Sturgeon/CAN (Vancouver)
Bailey/LDN Page/KNT   Paling/WA (var)



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Re: 1680s Death record- what Army would be in Dublin City?
« Reply #3 on: Sunday 22 March 15 10:28 GMT (UK) »
As 1683 from other Thread, the army of King Charles II (1660 - 1685).
Griffiths Llandogo, Mitcheltroy, Mon. and Whitchurch Here (Also Edwards),  18th C., Griffiths FoD 19th Century.