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British Parliamentary Papers — 1839 (248) Chelsea Pensioners. Copies of despatches and correspondence relative to Chelsea pensioners in Upper and Lower Canada.

Chelsea Pensioners, Part I

A Chelsea pensioner is an in-pensioner at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, a retirement home and nursing home for former members of the British Army which is located in Chelsea, London. Historically, however, the phrase applied more widely, referring to both in-pensioners and out-pensioners. These extracts and tables are for "out-pensioners" who had commuted their Pensions for the purpose of emigrating to the Colonies, in each year from 1830 to 1837, inclusive.
[be aware of name misspellings and spelling variations]

Medonte 1832 | Sappers 1831 | Penetanguishene 1835 | Commuted Pensioners 1838 | Supplementary 1839 | Relief List 1839 | Missing Names

... continued, Part II     
 
Extract from a letter from the Secretary at War [H. Hardinge] to the Under Secretary of State for the Colonial Department, dated, War-office, 26 September 1828

It has been suggested to me that it would be desirable to make some arrangement, with the view of affording facilities to parishes to assist military pensioners desirous of emigrating with their families, to any of the British Colonies. ..... It is to be understood that any engagement on the part of the pensioner shall be strictly voluntary, and in every respect his own act, and that the engagement when made between the parish and the pensioner shall be so clearly for the advantage of the latter, that on reference to the Commissioners of the Chelsea Hospital, their approval (which is necessary in all cases) can be given without hesitation, on the ground that the arrangement is beneficial to the pensioner.
It is proposed that when a pensioner is desirous of emigrating to a British colony with his family, and the parish to which he belongs is willing to advance the necessary funds for the outfit and passage of the man and his family, and the means of enabling them to reach their destination, the pensioner shall transmit a memorial to the Commissioners of the Chelsea Hospital, praying that, for the purpose above mentioned, one-half of his pension may be made payable to the parish until the amount of the money advanced be liquidated. If the Chelsea Board consent, the pension would be issued by quarterly payments alternately to the parish in Great Britain, and to the pensioner in the colony abroad.
It is not intended that these payments to the parish should continue for a longer period than five or eight years, nor that more than half the pensions should at any time be taken from the man.
..... In the case the pensioner should die before the advance is refunded, the parish making it must suffer the loss.

Over the next few years, there were many amendments to the above proposal. These included that those commuting their pensions and making no further claim, be entitled to land claims .. Serjeants 200 acres, Privates 100 acres .. those choosing that path should have the means of conveying themselves to the colony and providing for their family for the first twelve months. Those with wives and/or families should not be allowed to proceed the family. Have a certificate attesting to his good health. Soldiers being discharged abroad to be entitled to proceed directly to the colony of their choice, rather than first returning to Britain, with passage being provided at the public charge.
By October 1831, it was noted that many pensioners had not more than £5.0.0 to receive from their commutation money and suggested that an arrangement might be made to retain their pensions for two years following settlement, with a sum advanced to enable them to go onto their lots, plus their passage contracted for, that it may ease their distress.
By 1832 it was found that many pensioners had squandered away the whole of their commutation-money and some had returned to Britain. It was estimated that only three out of five were expected to succeed. The problems were compounded by missing records from Chelsea, missing personal papers &c.
 
Extract from a despatch from Major-general Sir John Colborne, K.C.B., to the Lord Goderich, dated, Upper Canada, York, 10 January 1833

I regret to state that many of the pensioners who arrived last season, having commuted their pensions, are in great distress ; they have squandered away their commutation allowance, and cannot, without further assistance, remain on their land, and are either too indolent or unable to labour with energy sufficient to provide for their families. They generally are led to believe that they have been dealt with unfairly, and, being destitute and discontented, and having passed their best days in the army, must soon become settlers of the worst description for these provinces.
The discharged soldiers who have retained their pensions are all going on well.
The pensioners who have been reported to me as unable to remain on their land without further assistance are described in the annexed list. There are others in great distress in the Newcastle District.

 
Return of Destitute Commuted Pensioners, remaining at present on their Lands,
in the Township of Medonte
(Simcoe), 1832
Names W'n Ch'n Remarks Names W'n Ch'n Remarks
Serjeant Thomas Fitzgibbon 1 4 Absolute Distress Serjeant John Grant 1 4 Absolute Distress
John Hammond 1 4 Joseph William 1 1
Thomas Johnson 1 2 Serjeant Joseph Butcher 1 1
Thomas Queale 1 4 John Whelan 1 3
John Fullerton 1 5 William Archey 1 6
Samuel Ferguson 1 4 George Walker 1 1
Thomas Kelly 1 2 Samuel McClure 1 5
John Tiernan 1 1 William Terry 1 2
Cornelius Lawler 1 4 Patrick McGahey 1 4
Patrick O'Donell 1 2 James Route 1 3
John Fowler 1 5 John Seale 1 -
Jeremiah Reardon 1 1 Serjeant J. Rutherford 1 7
Patrick Hughes 1 2 Serjeant W. Thompson 1 4
Patrick Cahehan 1 4 John Orton 1 3
Samuel French 1 6 Thomas Bone 1 2
Serjeant John Bell 1 2 John Lawler 1 2
Joseph Evans 1 2 Patrick Joyce 1 4
John McDonell 1 5 Francis Keane 1 2
William Smith 1 4 Conway Bunten 1 5
James Fox 1 4 Thomas McCondré 1 2
Patrick Carey - - William Hill 1 3
Samuel Cowan 1 6 Andrew Kinghorn 1 3
Serjeant John Byrne 1 5 James Loftus 1 1
George Moore 1 6 Charles Fitzgerald 1 1
John Hine 1 5 John Overs 1 2
      John Lucy 1 1
 
Return of Commuted Pensioners that left the Settlement for want of Means
to bring their Lands into Cultivation
Names W'n Ch'n Remarks Names W'n Ch'n Remarks
John Granger 1 4 Were in absolute distress Paul Hilands 1 1 Were in absolute distress
Richard Lynch 1 1 Michael Lenard 1 -
James Flood 1 2 James Byrn 1 -
Thomas Priest 1 1 James Cook 1 -
William Whitford 1 1 William Gourley 1 1
Henry Gee 1 3 Michael McDonough 1 1
Thomas Paisley 1 1 Serjeant William Hawkins 1 4
Owen Byrne 1 - Cornelius Stewart 1 3
Timothy Ronan 1 1 Serjeant B. Madden 1 5
William McCartney 1 2 Hill Wilson - -
 
There were above 60 commuted pensioners came here this summer with orders for lots ; but. as they had not the means of settling on lands, I thought it useless to locate them.
18 November 1832
To the Honourable P. Robinson,
Commissioner of Lands.
(signed) William Richer,
Agent for Settlers.

By 1833 there was much debate about whether all Pensioners be awarded Land Grants because few of those discharged soldiers and commuted pensioners who had received free grants in 1831 and 1832, had applied themselves to the cultivation of the lands acquired ; many of the pensioners being of advanced age (generally speaking), and in many cases, of intemperate habits. It was felt that if free grants be continued annually to military claimants, U.E. Loyalists, and their children, that they would absorb a large portion of the best lands in the province. It was considered that such grants be limited to soldiers or sailors who had served during a war, or nine years during peace. Some felt that small grants be continued to those persons in the staff corps, who had been employed in the construction of canals and government works, as well as those soldiers who had been discharged from regiments serving in the province, as their previous residence would make them more suitable to adjust to the life of a settler. Some wanted to discontinue the practice altogether, with few exceptions.
By August 1834, free land grants were no longer to be made to discharged soldiers. The single and temporary exception to that rule was in the case of the Sappers and Miners who had been employed on the Rideau Canal, to whom a special expectation of grants of lands was held out in 1829, so a further twelvemonth was allowed in which they could advance their claims.

Head Quarters, Royal Sappers and Miners,
Woolwich, 28th July 1834.
Nominal List of Non-commissioned Officers, Privates and Buglers
of the Companies of Royal Sappers and Miners disbanded at the Rideau Canal in December 1831.
Rank Names Company Rank Names Company
Serjeant William Addison 7th Private John Smith 7th
Corporal Thomas Jenkins - - Samuel Patrick -
2nd Corporal William Clyma 15th - John Ayres -
- Archibald Sands 7th - Hugh Patrick -
- George Hog - Bugler Thomas Duffy -
- Daniel McDonald - Private William Ardour 15th
- John Richard 15th - William Flowers -
- John Jones - - Thomas Dickson -
- William Mitchell - - Robert Peck -
Private Thomas Jones 7th - Robert Snowdell -
- Alexander Burns - - John Newman -
- Henry Hog - - Phillip Clogg -
- John McDonald - - David Mitchell -
- Thomas Green - - Thomas Newman -
- George Nebbs - - William Smith -
- Charles Taylor - - Michael Rowe -
- Robert Bray - - Roderick McKay -
- Cornelius Connor - - Henry Bullen -
- Andrew Gray - - William Fielding -
- William Muchmore - - James Dykes -
- William R. Broad - - Robert Clements -
- Thomas Finn - - Edward Pascoe -
- Robert Gillvear - - George Sims -
- Henry Lavis - - Patrick Pullen -
- James Hume - - Robert Jones -
- John Fraser - - Stephen Simmonds -
- James Boundley - - James Deovy -
- Thomas Little - - John McLaren -
- Joseph White - - Thomas Smith -
- Robert Mitchell - - James Coll -
- David Nesbitt - - John Burgoyne -
- James Calloway - - John White -
- William Fraser - - George Hamilton -
- John Serjeant - - John Porteous -
- William Fleming - - Samuel Spry -
- James Murdoch -      
 
The following Men returned to England on the Disbandment of the Companies
Rank Names Company Remarks
Col.-Serjeant John Eads 7th Now serving at Gibraltar
- John Johnson 15th Now serving at Woolwich
Serjeant Joseph Coombs - Discharged 9th March 1832, and gone to Canada
Corporal George Raff 7th Now serving at Chatham
- Denis Ryan 15th Discharged 31st Jan. 1832, and to reside at Thurles, Ireland
- Thomas Simmonds - Now serving at Purfleet
Private James Burrel 7th Discharged 31st Jan. 1832, and to reside at Dunfermline
- Andrew Kinross - Discharged 31st Jan. 1832, and to reside at Stirling
- Charles Turner - Discharged 31st Jan. 1832, and to reside at Haywood
- Edward Councill - Discharged 31st March 1832, and to reside at Dublin
- William Smith - Discharged 31st Oct. 1832, and to reside at Forres
- William Bond - Discharged 31st Jan. 1832, and to reside at Probus
- Thomas Edrington - Now serving at Woolwich
- James Burlace - Discharged 31st March 1832, and to reside at Devonport
- George Cooke - Discharged 14th Jan. 1832
- William Kemshaw - Now serving at the Mauritius
- John Welford - Now serving at the Cape
- Arthur Kelly 15th Discharged 31st Jan. 1832, and to reside at Omagh
- William Trusk - Now serving at the Cape
- John Cook - Now serving at the Cape
- William Colwell - Now serving at Woolwich
- Owen McGrath - Discharged 16th Jan. 1832
- William Harris - Now serving ar Woolwich
- Henry Solrey - Now serving at Woolwich
- John Baird - Discharged 7th Sept. 1833
Bugler William Cameron - Now serving at Bermuda
 
Copy of a Despatch from Major-general Sir J. Colborne, K.C.B.,
to the Earl of Aberdeen, dated Toronto, Upper Canada, 1 June 1835
I have to request your Lordship's attention to a subject which I am persuaded should be brought under the immediate consideration of His Majesty's government, the miserable and disgraceful condition of certain discharged soldiers, at present depending on charity for their support, who consented two or three years since to accept commuted allowance in lieu of their pensions, and were encouraged to proceed to this province, although maimed or unfit for any kind of hard labour.
On the arrival in Toronto of the soldiers who had commuted their pensions, they were conveyed by my directions to the districts in which they could be advantageously located and procure employment, while they gradually brought their own land into cultivation. Those who were strong and healthy, industrious and sober, have remained on their land, but the maimed and infirm soon abandoned their locations, where they had become either a burden on the neighbouring settlers, or were in danger of perishing in the woods, and took up their residence in Toronto, as a place in which it was probable they could subsist on charity, or attract the notice of the local government. They are frequently seen begging in the streets with their children, and inhabiting hovels in the most unhealthy parts of the town ; their families suffer severely from diseases which prevail in the summer, and from the severity of the winter.
It would be discreditable to the Government to permit these wretched objects to remain in the state of destitution which I have described. I have therefore directed the number of families mentioned in the annexed list to be removed from this unhealthy town before the summer, and conveyed to Penetanguishene on Lake Huron, to be placed under the charge of the officer of that post, until I receive your Lordship's instructions as to the manner in which they can be provided for by his Majesty's Government.
They will receive an allowance of bread and meat, and occupy the log-houses which I have ordered to be built for their reception, at the expense of £3 each.
The children of these unfortunate persons, after they have been some time established at Penetanguishene, under strict regulations, may probably be provided for by distributing them among the farmers of the neighbouring townships ; but were they to continue in this town, no respectable settler would receive them. .....
 
Return of Commuted Pensioners forwarded from Toronto to Penetanguishene.
A = Date of Admission as Pensioners, and Rate per Day. | B = Period of Service | C = Date of Certificate of Commutation | D = PLACE Where Paid | E = Number in Family. | F = Ages of Children in Years.
Regiment Names A B Where born C D E F
Kerry Militia Patrick Fitzgerald 1829, 5d. 26yrs Tralee, Ireland 1832 Tralee, Ireland two children 8, 6
7th Regt. Foot James Monaghan 1809, 9d. 1yr & 6mo. Killeran, Co. Monaghan 1832 Inniskillen two children 10, 6
85th Regt. Patrick Casey 1826, 1s.1d. 23yrs Roscommon 1831 Roscommon wife & 3 children 14, 7, 3
98th Regt. Patrick Brown 1818, 9d. 17yrs & 6mo. Castle Hide, Co. Cork 1832 Cork wife & 2 children 13, 7
65th Regt. John Dunnan 1820, 1s.2d. 21yrs Newtownard, Co. Down 1831 Down wife & 4 children 14, 13, 8, 5
22nd Regt. John Lawler 1816, 1s.5d. 31yrs & 6mo. City of Dublin 1832 Dublin wife & 2 children 7, 4
12th Battalion Patrick Clarey 1814, 1s.1d. 23yrs Clonrush, Co. Clare 1831 Bandon, Co. Cork wife & 1 child 1
9th Foot James Haney 1813, 9d. 13yrs Raeline, Co. Longford 1831 Dublin wife & 4 children 13, 12, 9, 7
1st Foot Daniel Gates 1822, 9d. 17yrs & 5mo. Middlesex, P. Harrow 1831 Chelsea wife -
16th Foot Michael McGuiness 1826, 1s. 26yrs & 8mo. P. of Downey, Queens Co. 1831 Dublin two children 14, 8
86th Foot Peter Doyle 1823, 1s. 5yrs & 4mo. Town of Cork, Co. Wicklow 1832 Dublin wife & 1 child 1
44th Foot Fenton Whelan 1822, 9d. 16yrs Mount Rath, Queens Co. 1832 Dublin wife & 2 children 9, 7
58th Foot Philip Riley 1826, 6d. 5yrs Town of Cavan, Co. Cavan 1832 Cavan wife & 1 child 2
52nd Foot James Smith 1821, 6d. 12yrs & 8mo. Drumlunnin, Co. Cavan 1832 Cavan wife & 5 children 12, 10, 8, 6, 4
66th Foot Michael Haughey 1826, 7d. 16yrs & 6mo. County of Cavan, P. of Kill. 1831 Armagh wife & 3 children 12, 7, 4
16th Dragoons Michael Hughes 1828, 1s. 22yrs & 10mo. Dublin 1831 Dublin wife & 3 children 5, 3, 1
56th Foot John Halfpenny 1821, 1s. 2d. 26yrs & 8mo. Dublin 1831 County of Dublin wife & 1 child 10
                68 Persons
 

Of these seventeen men, all appeared to the Emigrant Agent, Mr. A.B. Hawke, to be incapacitated, by age, wounds or infirmities. Two were blind and three had lost a limb in the service. Two acres of land was appropriated to each shanty, for a garden, and a spade and an iron pot given to each family, as well as a small quantity of seeds. In addition daily rations supplied, to each commuted pensioner 1 lb. flour and lb. pork. His wife, 1 lb. flour and lb. pork. Each child under 14 years 1 lb. flour only. Six more families were selected to join those at Penetanguishene.

There continued to be a "push-back" from the Crown regarding any assistance given to commuted pensioners, mr. Hawke noted in March 1838 "... I avail myself of the present opportunity to state, that during the late disturbances [Upper Canada Rebellion 1837-1838], the commuted pensioners capable of bearing arms, without a single exception, came forward in defence of the province ; that many of them travelled for miles without shoes (their feet being protected only by such old clothing as their circumstances could supply) in the depth of winter, to offer their services. Whatever vices they may possess, they have always shown that they are faithful subjects. ..."

Mr. Hawke was directed to compile a list of the commuted Pensioners in Upper Canada.

Emigrant Office, Toronto, 26 November 1838.
Return of Commuted Pensioners residing in the Province of Upper Canada, showing the Number of the Regiment from which they were discharged, as well as the Date of the Discharge and Length of Service ; copied from different Returns made to this Office, pursuant to the Instructions contained in the printed Notice hereunto annexed.
No. Name Regiment Date
of Discharge
Length
of Service
1. Patrick Rodgers 64 15 Oct. 1831 18 years
  Henry Miller 40 14 Oct. 1829 9 years
  Terrence Flinn 27 03 May 1816 8 years
  William Doherty —? 26 Nov. 1823 7 years
  John Timmon 83 — 1815 15 years
  Henry Gaccey 13 Vet. Batt. 25 April 1815 6 years, 11 months
  W. Francis Omeard 84 25 July 1821 15 years, 3 months
  John Murray 97 05 Feb. 1815 18 years, 7 months
  Terence O'Neal 30 21 May 1817 10 years, 249 days
10. John Gallagher 23 10 Aug. 1813 7 years
  James Davison 92 02 Feb. 1815 14 years
  John Johnson 50 28 Oct. 1818 9 years
  Thomas Paisley 16 13 April 1824 19¾ years
  Patrick Casey 60 30 Jan. 1828 14 years
  Daniel O'Connor 2nd Ceylon Reg. 05 June 1820 20 years
  Philip Mannon 3 G. Batt. May 1831 14 years, 2 months
  William Roland 86 05 Feb. 1817 4 years
  John Brown 49 07 Jan. 1818 16 years
  John Bailey 28 23 Dec. 1826 19 years
20. John Logan 31 20 July 1831 11 years
  William Cox 5 Vet. Batt. 26 July 1814 13 years
  Daniel Fighe 88 13 Nov. 1833 16 years
  James McCartin 83 10 March 1830 19 years
  Michael Shea 68 25 March 1818 21 years
  Clement Dixon 6 D. Gds. 26 July 1815 21 years, 4 months
  Joseph Harris 26 22 Oct. 1830 24 years
  John S. Murphet 64 14 May 1816 23 years, 2 months
  James Blakely R.A. Drivers 14 Aug. 1821 21 years
  Nicholas Harvey 40 30 Sept. 1823 14 years, 10 months
30. Francis Clancy 5 24 Nov. 1824 18 years, 6 months
  John Flannagan 3 Vet. Batt. June 1821 21 years
  Thomas Lee 97 05 Feb. 1815 13 years, 9 months
  David McCready 50 27 Aug. 1823 7 years 1 month
  Patrick Messitt 6 Vet. Batt. 12 June 1816 9 years, 1 month
  John Hughes 8 10 years, 4 months
  Andrew Kinghorn R.A. 31 May 1826 18 years
  Bernard Campbell 82 04 Aug. 1824 19 years, 6 months
  William Blake Tip. Mil. — 1832 15 years, 5 months
  Thomas Blake 7 Drs. Gds. 27 July 1814 17 years, 9 months
40. Alexander Owens 27 April 1826 19 years, 9 months
  John Brenan 79 14 Sept. 1831 21 years, 6 months
  William Norborough 91 22 Sept. 1824 12 years, 8 months
  Daniel Fahey 49 05 July 1820 19 years
  Conway Bantin 2 Vet. Batt. 06 June 1826 4 years, 10 months
  William McDonald 44 26 March 1817 15 years, 3 months
  Terence Conroy 3 9 years, 1 month
  Richard Taylor 85 18 Dec. 1818 9 years, 8 months
  William Ford 6 30 June 1827 24 years
  James Biren 1st F. Gds. — 1814 10 years, 9 months
50. Æneas Bell 49 26 Aug. 1826 23 years, 4 months
  John Shettick 11 01 July — 7 years, 3 months
  William Smith 24 19 Sept. 1816 14 years, 11 months
  Robert Frost 43 31 May 1821 13 years, 7 months
  Robert Pudney 67 26 Aug. 1818 28 years, 6 months
  William Oakley 18 Huss. 12 Sept. 1821 19 years, 9 months
  William Ingleden 19 Foot 29 May 1822 11 years, 6 months
  Thomas Gandy 52 31 July 1817 14 years, 1 month
  Andrew Hawkins 20 25 June 1817 21 years, 6 months
  James Hewton 87 19 Dec. 1816 20 years
60. Charles Fitzgerald 13 Vet. Batt. 07 Oct. 1813 4 years, 4 months
  Patrick Killey 88 18 Aug. 1812 8 years
  James Kells 26 20 June 1827 18 years, 8 months
  James Riley 99 22 March 1820 4 years
  John Joice 88 March 1826 10 years, 6 months
  Patrick McSherry 71 — 1825 19 years, 8 months
  John Donahey 27 18 Nov. 1818 11 years, 1 month
  John Findley 31 11 Sept. 1816 11 years, 4 months
  Southwell Bradshaw 81 Oct. 1820 11 years, 200 days
  John Manley 10 Huss. 10 Aug. 1825 24 years, 90 days
70. Edward McGibbon 6 Vet. Batt. 12 June 1816 15 years, 319 days
  George Piper 17 — 1816 23 years
  William Cox (see No. 21) 5 Vet. Batt. 26 July 1814 13 years, 9 months
  Peter Mansfield 41 02 May 1822 23 years, 8 months
  William Cooke 36 22 Sept. 1814 9 years
  Joseph Garbutt Rot. 3d. 01 Nov. 1825 5 years
  John Boyle 18 & 71 — 1818 23 years
  Bernard Hand 8 12 Nov. 1817 9 years, 104 days
  John Vance 30 21 Nov. 1817 18 years, 161 days
  James Kennedy 44 04 May 1824 12 years, 30 days
80. William Preston 41 08 Aug. 1815 3 years, 90 days
  Jonathan Brown 19 01 Oct. 1823 7 years, 135 days
  David Bale R.A. 10 Oct. 1814 11 years, 10 days
  Michael Harlin 71 28 Feb. 1814 7 years
  Edward Fitzgerald 26 19 July 1826 23 years, 1 month
  Neil Harkins 26 19 July 1826 22 years, 9 months
  David Murdock 26 20 June 1827 5 years, 10 months
  Patrick Tulley 6 Vet. Batt. 12 June 1816 18 years, 110 days
  Samuel McGill 1 — 31 May 1816 23 years
  Henry Mooney 23 17 June 1802 6 years
90. Patrick Missett 6 Vet. Batt. 12 June 1816 9 years, 24 days
  Joseph Brother 2 G. Batt. 23 Oct. 1816 2 years, 265 days
  William Hart 12 30 Aug. 1820 8 years, 24 days
  Michael Quinn 91 16 Aug. 1814 6 years, 120 days
  Matthew Kinshall 89 19 Dec. 1816 17 years, 60 days
  Bryan Hamner 80 11 Jan. 1832 22 years, 91 days
  John Barrett 63 25 July 1821 18 years, 270 days
  William Hislop 58 31 July 1822 22 years, 150 days
  James Byrnes 32 15 March 1826 14 years, 182 days
  Patrick Welsh 97 24 June 1810 11 years, 261 days
100. Robert Michael 8 Dragoons 21 Jan. 1824 21 years, 120 days
  William Ryan 27 11 June 1817 20 years, 311 days
  G. McGorgan 27 14 Oct. 1829 24 years, 6 months
  Dennis Harrington 2 G. Batt. 23 Oct. 1816 8 years, 85 days
  Lawrence McLoughlin 6 Vet. Batt. — 1823 7 years, 65 days
  Samuel Cowen 6 Vet. Batt. 12 June 1816 9 years, 14 days
  Daniel Anderson R.A. Jan. 1829 16 years
  Hugh McDonald 83 — 1814 8 years, 120 days
  William Black 9 Vet. Batt. 16 April 1821 4 years, 39 days
  William Dixon 7 Dragoons 30 Aug. 1826 11 years
110. Hamilton Neilans or Newlans 5 R.A. 31 Oct. 1825 18 years, 304 days
  John Dodd 89 July 1826 28 years, 7 months
  Thomas Fugard R.A. Drs. 31 March 1816 8 years, 95 days
  William Higgins 44 31 July 1822 18 years, 9 months
  Richard Collins Longford Mil. 12 Oct. 1825 28 Years
  James Fenton 27 09 Nov. 1813 15 years, 4 months
  David Beaton or Beadon 20 19 years, 9 months
  Patrick Flannagan 21 23 Nov. 1825 16 years, 3 months
  John Asoph 44 12 July 1814 11 years, 10 months
  James Ferguson 25 12 Oct. 1826 22 years, 7 months
120. William Lang 100 24 Oct. 1821 3 years, 2 months
  James Waddel 4 Vet. Batt. 17 years
  John Moore 27 Reg. March 1817 11 years
  Alexander Rafferty 87 Aug. 1827 9 years
  Robert Harthay 23 Dragoons 24 Feb. 1818 12 years, 11 months
  Dennis Murphy 39 05 Nov. 1812 5 years, 10 months
  Thomas Kelley 11 24 Feb. 1818 17 years, 3 months
  Thomas Cuthbert 8 17 years, 3 months
  Dennis Mitchell 88 — 1815 8 years, 2 months
  John McCahey 45 28 March 1821 8 years, 2 months
130. Daniel Meighan 83 17 Jan. 1827 25 years
  John Lentick 6 Vet. Batt. 12 July 1816 14 years, 40 days
  Robert Gorman 32 16 March 1827 10 years, 11 months
  Robert Beamer 8 07 Feb. 1816 22 years, 6 months
  William Parr 2 G. Batt. 23 Oct. 1816 5 years, 34 days
  David Creighton 19 Dragoons 07 Feb. 1821 25 years, 10 months
  William Falls 6 Dragoons Feb. 1819 22 years
  Patrick Wheelan 88 8 years, 332 days
  Robert McCarroll 10 30 Nov. 1814 21 years, 168 days
  John Hunter 18 24 March 1821 14 years, 38 days
140. John Leahy Cork Mil. 26 Jan. 1820 24 years, 351 days
  John Campbell 64 29 Sept. 1818
  John Dunn 2 Guards 25 March 1817
  Samuel Smith 21 July 1816 16 years, 5 months
  Anthony McDonell 12 Vet. Batt. June 1814 10 years, 348 days
  John Newill 12 Vet. Batt. 30 June 1831 10 years, 88 days
  Andrew McGee 28 — 1828 15 years
  James McGuire 87 Feb. 1826 20 years, 8 months
  Nicholas Heney 2nd Vet. 25 March 1824 15 years, 9 months
  Patrick Finnegan 1 Vet. Batt. 02 Feb. 1820 16 years, 6 months
150. Hugh Graham 34 29 Sept. 1819 29 years, 4 months
No. Name Regiment Date
of Discharge
Length
of Service
  Patrick Mallow 89 18 Nov. 1812 7 years
  Dennis Murphy 39 05 Nov. 1812 6 years
  Christopher McGolrick 18 21 years
  John Whitehead 84 22 Sept. 1824 24 years
  Peter Cuff 27 20 June 1817 20 years
  Bernard Haugbey / Haughey 97 25 June 1817 13 years, 6 months
  James Rupley 3rd Guards 03 Feb. 1819 21 years
  Alexander Hamilton 52 25 June 1817
  Thomas Huden or Haven 7 20 March 1816 7 years, 4 months
160. John Murloy / Murley 60 01 March 1809 8 years, 8 months
  Dudley McQuirnam 40 18 June 1828 18 years, 8 months
  Patrick Cassady / Cassidy 21 03 May 1816 8 years
  Gilbert Simple 25 — 1818 21 years, 8 months
  James Read 50 24 June 1818 21 years
  Charles Mansfield 2nd Vet. 24 April 1826 16 years, 6 months
  John Casey 64 14 May 1816 34 years
  Thomas Bird 70 25 Aug. 1822 9 years, 4 months
  David Dowell 11 03 July 1822
  John Steel 34 21 Jan. 1824 10 years
170. Dennis Finn 95 29 Nov. 1824 21 years, 8 months
  Robert Taylor 84 — 1816
  Roderick McCuaig 71 01 Dec. 1814
  Joseph Feanes 4 Dragoons 12 Sept. 1821 5 years, 2 months
  Thomas Farrell 21 Oct. 1804 9 years
  William Pike 100 02 Feb. 1813 8 years, 6 months
  William Mewer 56 02 Feb. 1820 22 years
  Edward McCann 52 30 Aug. 1821 21 years, 6 months
  Bernard McCann Royal Rangers 28 Oct. 1818 12 years
  Patrick Harvey 23 23 Sept. 1823 1 year
180. Stephen Finbarthy 57 04 Aug. 1824 20 years
  James Clingan 2 G. Batt. 23 Oct. 1816 8 years
  Thomas Daley Roy. Vet. Batt. 01 April 1826
  John Heiney 60 — 1799 32 years, 4 months
  Miles Reed Roy. Art. Nov. 1818 14 years, 6 months
  Patrick Waters 13 March 1825 21 years
  Michael McCormick 54 07 June 1802 4 years
  Edward Casey 12 Dragoons 21 Nov. 1816 13 years, 6 months
  Edward Hughes 3 Guards 12 Dec. 1827 24 years
  Patrick McClushy 8 — 1825 16 years, 6 months
190. Simon Simpson 42 27 June 1821 12 years, 6 months
  Arthur Kinney 4 25 June 1817 15 years
  James Black 5 Dragoons 22 May 1828 3 years
  John Black 45 25 Nov. 1818 15 years, 4 months
  Daniel Moran 17 Dragoons 25 July 1821 10 years, 8 months
  Thomas Sheean 1st Guards 31 Oct. 1827 12 years, 2 months
  John Smith 1 30 Dec. 1818 2 years, 3 months
  Edward Connor 1 20 May 1829 18 years, 4 months
  David Craig 12 12 Dec. 1827 14 years, 2 months
  Thomas Larcin (Larson ?) 13 25 March 1819 21 years
200. George Finnan 64 22 Oct. 1804 25 years
  Duncan Dunlop 94 31 March 1815 3 years
  Richard Lewis 64 May 1824 17 years, 3 months
  Alexander Thompson 2 Guards — 1834 10 years
  James Morgan 16 Dragoons 20 March 1822 24 years
  John Muir Roy. Art. 31 March 1816 7 years, 6 months
  John Henderson 25 20 Oct. 1826 21 years, 4 months
  James Worthington 41 27 Aug. 1823 12 years
  Joseph Dixon 36 & Sap. & Min. 21 years, 6 months
  Alexander Anderson 79 02 Aug. 1828 21 years, 6 months
210. Adam Riley 63 28 Nov. 1815 6 years, 6 months
  William Durham 59
  William McWalter 47 19 April 1826 1 year
  Thomas Doig 78 — 1819
  Neil Farlane 2 Vet. Batt. April 1826 19 years, 2 months
  John Lyons 29 30 Oct. 1822 10 years, 6 months
  Peter Shanon (Shannon) 28 — 1819
  Daniel Kelly 07 June 1814
  Hamilton Neilans 5 Roy. Art. 31 Oct. 1835 19 years
  John Carr 17 Dragoons 31 Oct. 1823 19 years, 2 months
220. John Merry 77 12 Oct. 1825 10 years, 49 days
  William Sullivan 9 31 Oct. 1827 3 years, 1 month
  John Thornton 83 26 April 1827 19 years, 8 months
  Philip Conell / Connell Cork. Mil. 24 April 1816 21 years
  John Gillmour / Gilmour 6 Dragoons 16 June 1814 10 years, 195 days
  Patrick Brady 3 Rifle Brig. 16 Dec. 1818 12 years, 330 days
  Edward Bormingham 44 27 Dec. 1815 20 years, 30 days
  Edward Coughlan 29 17 March 1819 10 years, 6 months
  John Gillies 71 01 June 1831 17 years, 321 days
  James Campbell 71 01 June 1831 22 years, 244 days
230. Edward Muddon 71 01 June 1831 19 years, 159 days
  Robert Kingsland 1 Guards 21 July 1821 24 years, 3 months
  Robert Sullivan Roy. Art. 31Oct. 1819 20 years, 6 months
  James McGuire 27 24 Jan. 1816 6 years, 9 months
  John Daly 54 17 Jan. 1827 18 years, 4 months
  John Riley 1 05 June 1817 23 years, 4 months
  Jeremiah Driscol / Driscoll 58 11 Nov. 1818 21 years, 2 months
  Richard Humphreys 3 Vet. Batt. 01 March 1826 15 years, 3 months
  Patrick Cassidy 3 03 July 1817 5 years, 8 months
  Ralph McDonoghue 59 16 Sept. 1829 22 years
240. Dennis Mackin 101 05 Feb. 1817 9 years, 5 months
  John McDonald 78 03 June 1819 27 years, 280 days
  John Dunn 7 Dragoons 31 Aug. 1814 17 years, 212 days
  George Hunt 10 Dragoons 24 Oct. 1821 7 years, 9 months
  James McLar 89 Oct. 1815 7 years
  John Kelly 62 — 1821 6 years, 4 months
  James Cook 1 14 March 1832 37 years
  John Stratton 76 06 April 1831 21 years, 6 months
  George Moore 71 28 Aug. 1822 19 years, 135 days
  Matthew Smith 27 17 June 1802 18 years, 3 months
250. James Loftus 59 08 Aug. 1827 9 years, 6 months
  Hugh Kane 36 08 March 1814 23 years, 3 months
  Patrick O'Connor 66 07 June 1810
  Andrew Lalor 52 21 Jan. 1828 23 years, 6 months
  Richard Stepney 81 25 Oct. 1815 4 years, 3 months
  John Bouldin 20 25 June 1829 19 years
  Robert Blake 65 04 Jan. 1821 30 years, 6 months
  James Donoghue Dublin Mil. 05 May 1826 20 years
  Alexander Burk / Burke 25 24 Feb. 1819 21 years, 136 days
  James Clark 63 18 Aug. 1823 25 years
260. Philip Smith 16 18 Nov. 1818 19 years, 6 days
  Arthur Brogan African Corps. 14 April 1830 18 years, 9 days
  Patrick Clark 23 28 Oct. 1818 6 years, 6 days
  Robert Clark 34 10 Nov. 1830 21 years, 6 days
  Peter Killey Vet. Batt. 28 Oct. 1818 9 years, 10 months
  Samuel Perry 22 02 Feb. 1820 26 years, 8 months
  Philip Devlin Roy. Art. 02 Feb. 1832 20 years, 305 days
  John Smith 39 06 July 1826 16 years, 11 months
  James Conroy 95 15 Aug. 1814 17 years, 9 months
  John Walker 14 31 July 1822 29 years, 127 days
270. John Welsh 7 — 1814 3 years, 6 days
  William Mysart 20 28 Sept. 1828 21 years, 7 days
  Charles Mury 69 — 1814 2 years, 6 days
  Patrick Carey 14 21 Oct. 1831 39 years, 270 days
  John Lucky 2 Vet. Batt. — 1826 14 years, 4 months
  Thomas Allan 57 24 Jan. 1824 6 years, 2 months
  Peter Farrell 30 19 May 1818 3 years, 4 months
  Samson Walkerdine 48 23 May 1831 8 years, 6 months
  Thomas Henderson 87 12 March 1828 14 years, 10 months
  Hugh Smith 79 8 years
280. Thomas Kingsley 11
  Daniel Gordon 2 Vet. Batt. 25 Oct. 1828 14 years, 3 months
  David Freir Roy. Art. 23 May 1819 10 years, 2 months
  John Dunn 2 Guards 20 March 1816 — 244 days
  Michael Corker 2 Rifles 16 Aug. 1814 1 year, 6 days
  James Brady 4 Dragoons 03 Sept. 1826 10 years, 8 days
  William Stevens 18 30 June 1819 3 years, 192 days
  Robert Simpson 8 Dragoons 24 Nov. 1824 1 year, 3 days
  James Kenny 44 June 1822 19 years
  William Conway 44 — 1821 13 years, 164 days
290. William McCraccan / McCracken 3 Vet. Batt. 02 April 1817 21 years
  George McCann Rifle Brigade 08 Dec. 1817 18 years, 2 months
  William Davis 82 25 Oct. 1815 3 years, 10 months
  William Ware 57 12 May 1824 6 years, 9 months
  William Clydardale / Clydesdale Roy. Art. Oct. 1814 7 years, 200 days
  John Lumsden Wexford Mil. 24 June 1829 27 years, 10 days
  John Witherup Roy. Art. 01 July 1824 21 years, 9 days
  Thomas O'Neil 5 Guards Jan. 1816 16 years, 67 days
  John Dogherty 4 G. Batt. 30 Nov. 1813 3 years, 5 days
  Daniel Ryan 96 14 Oct. 1824 14 years
300. Michael Canada 3 Vet. 24 April 1826 19 years, 9 days
No. Name Regiment Date
of Discharge
Length
of Service
  John Connelly 88 12 Dec. 1821 13 years, 5 days
  Francis Sharp 14 Dragoons 31 March 1815 19 years, 9 days
  Thomas Johnson Coldstr. Guards — 1825 16 years
  Patrick Ryan 12 — 1822 6 years, 223 days
  James Smith Roy. Art. 31 Oct. 1816 15 years, 192 days
  Joseph Plymouth 6 20 June 1800 19 years, 9 months
  Patrick Prosser Ros. Mil. 30 April 1817 23 years, 300 days
  George Aird 1 Vet. Batt. 05 May 1826 21 years
  Joseph Cornick 13 18 Oct. 1820 18 years, 6 months
310. Hugh Moore 88 June 1828 21 years, 11 months
  Charles Murphy 63 29 March 1824 24 years, 9 months
  Daniel Murphy 40 March 1819 13 years, 8 months
  James McFearnin 4 Vet. Batt. 07 Sept 1814 17 years, 11 months
  Thomas Woods 88 25 Feb. 1819 5 years, 5 months
  David Mulchy 44 17 Nov. 1819 19 years, 268 days
  William Davis 13 21 Dec. 1825 19 years, 4 months
  John Blanco 51 28 July 1815 8 years, 4 months
  Dennis Hennessy 45 29 Nov. 1814 11 years, 5 months
  Bernard McCann R.W. Train 13 Aug. 1811 2 years, 5 months
320. James Rainge 81 July 1816 24 years, 10 days
  John Boyle 44 June 1815 6 years
  Thomas Harrington 47 25 April 1827 6 years, 4 months
  William Manning 4 21 Aug. 1817 5 years
  Blythe Armstrong 1 22 Dec. 1824 11 years, 229 days
  William Bremble / Bramble or Brenith 72 22 March 1823 24 years
  John Doyle 28 Feb. 1824 8 years
  Thomas Graham Roy. Art. 31 Dec. 1818 15 years
  William Grogan 1 27 Aug. 1823 24 years, 6 months
  Andrew McIntyre 8 Dragoons 21 Aug. 1822 28 years
330. Owen Houghey Roy. Vet. Batt. 14 years, 9 months
  Thomas Kelly 51 Oct. 1818
  John Arthur Sap. & Miners 30 Sept. 1819 6 years
  Richard Keating Meath Mil. 28 June 1829 21 years, 6 months
  Thomas Hughes 24 Dragoons — 1825 23 years, 3 months
  John Nugent 19 26 Sept. 1821 24 years, 3 months
  Daniel King Leitrim Mil. 19 Dec. 1822 29 years, 6 months
  Dennis Gleeson 03 May 1820 21 years
  William Japson / Jepson 9 01 Jan. 1806 5 years, 6 months
  Philip Bennett 27 21 May 1817 13 years, 6 months
340. John Millan 32 15 April 1819 13 years, 8 months
  John Mortimer 26 19 April 1826 8 years
  Arthur McConnel 91 28 May 1815
  Edward McDonell 101 31 July 1816 13 years
  John Delany / Delaney 3rd Vet. Batt. — 1816 14 years, 6 months
  George Ogles 18 — 1813 5 years
  Roger McHugh 3rd Vet/ Batt. 22 Oct. 1816
  Thomas Hatt 3 29 July 1814 20 years
  Bernard Cappry 17 Dragoons 05 July 1825 18 years
  Patrick Mulloy 3 26 July 1820 6 years, 2 months
350. Denis Ferin or Ferm 1 Nov. 1824 19 years, 6 months
  Bernard Hansky or Haughey 93 — 1817 13 years, 157 days
  George McRoy 79 31 May 1831 21 years
  William Dory 20 Dragoons 09 Dec. 1814 5 years
  Theophilus Vale R.S. Corps 7 years
  Ebenezer Sandford 66
  H. Godfry 64 25 years
  John Cock Roy. Art. Driver
  Walter Connors 86
  Thomas Simpson 9
360. James Patterson African Corps
  Patrick Harwon 73 09 Aug. 1826
  Hugh Munro 3 Guards Batt. 16 Sept. 1816 13 years, 6 months
  Patrick Buggea 97 23 Nov. 1818 14 years, 6 months
  James Ward 12 Vetrans 17 June 1814 6 years, 6 months
  John Horsley Roy. York Ran. 21 Jan. 1824 32 years
  William McCleary 7 Dragoons 31 Aug. 1814 16 years
  James McKenna 27 10 Aug. 1813 7 years, 6 months
  Patrick Hughes 2 Veteran 10 April 1826 24 years
  Patrick Dunn 67 04 Aug. 1824 6 years, 8 months
370. Dennis Martin 27 26 April 1814 6 years, 6 months
  John Dunn 9 07 March 1808 5 years, 6 months
  Patrick Joice 19 Dragoons 10 Dec. 1817 25 years
  Joseph Butcher 49 27 June 1821 22 years, 6 months
  Hugh McLennen 79 26 Sept. 1821 17 years
  Thomas Duff 9 Dragoons 13 Sept. 1820 16 years
  John Byrnes 38 07 Sept. 1814 6 years
  James Davis 32 04 Jan. 1802 23 years
  Matthew Ryan 37 27 Aug. 1823 9 years, 6 months
  Edward Griffin 10 21 April 1806 1 year, 6 months
380. Thomas Barrett 83 27 March 1827 26 years
  William Kearnes 73 29 Sept. 1819 21 years
  Alexander Kearnes 27 13 April 1824 17 years, 6 months
  James Keoghoe 49 10 Oct. 1811 12 years
  Patrick Carney Longford Mil. 32 years
  William Dory 20
  James Brockes or Brooks 37 27 Aug. 1823 12 years, 6 months
  Lewis Mayers Roy. Marines Oct. 1814 5 years
  Barney Cornsky 35 Nov. 1817 24 years, 6 months
  Samuel Cross 68 05 Sept. 1827 14 years, 3 months
390. Patrick Martin 67 03 June 1825 30 years, 6 months
  William Shanks 27 06 Jan. 1831 21 years
  William Dynan 12 30 Oct. 1816 17 years, 6 months
  Richard Dunegan 17 28 July 1823 21 years, 6 months
  Thomas Smith 27 21 May 1817 10 years, 8 months
  Joseph Patterson Roy. Art. 13 Dec. 1822 19 years, 8 months
  Pierce Stapleton 90 23 Feb. 1828 15 years, 8 months
  James Hart Roy. Art. March 1818 15 years
  William Quigg 82 22 March 1818 21 years, 6 months
  Theophilus Foot 20 01 May 1821 3 years, 8 months
400. Francis Quinn 49 11 Nov. 1818 19 years
  George Bryan Roy. Art. 31 Oct. 1814 21 years, 6 months
  Daniel Gallagher 87 01 April 1831 9 years, 3 months
  John Taylor 3 Ggns. 27 Aug. 1831
  John Johnson Roy. Art. 08 Oct. 1816 14 years
  George Hosey 1 30 July 1817 12 years, 6 months
  Barney Darcey 20 Dragoons — 1818 17 years
  Mark Clark 79 15 Feb. 1826 20 years, 6 months
  John Nerin 60 02 Feb. 1824 8 years
  David Brady 20 29 Feb. 1829 29 years
410. Bryan Couboy / Conboy 57 16 Aug. 1825 2 years
  Edward Reed Meath Mil. — 1828 22 years
  Moses Wells 9 17 Feb. 1819 19 years, 6 months
  William Shanks 27 20 Jan. 1832 23 years
  George Brown Lee 81 25 July 1829 21 years, 6 months
  Stephen Lewis 17 Dragoons
  Patrick Lynn 59 18 Aug. 1829 25 years
  John Neeson 13 Dragoons 13 Oct. 1814 7 years, 2 months
  John Noble 74 Aug. 1829 23 years
  Robert McWaugh 28 26 Dec. 1826 18 years
420. Michael Moran 88 31 May 1815 8 years
  Mark Armistage / Armitage Horse Guards 28 Dec. 1818 3 years
  Samuel Cowan 12 Jan. 1816
  Peter Carrigan 7 07 June 1816 9 years, 6 months
  William Howith R. Affr. Corps 22 Nov. 1825 32 years
  Thomas Macnamara 66 21 June, 1827 14 years
  John Lindsay R. Vet. Batt. 11 Aug. 1814 18 years
  Patrick McCahey 47 — 1826
  John Casey 64 14 May 1816 34 years
  John Hethering Tyrone Mil. 30 May 1830 6 years
430. William Ashfield Kerry Mil. 22 Dec. 1824 27 years, 2 months
  Thomas Robinson 3 12 Dec. 1831 10 years, 3 months
  Terence Brady Cavan Mil. 22 Sept. 1809 6 years, 3 months
  Patrick Carrol 44 — 1825
  Patrick Gay 37 21 July 1827 12 years, 6 months
  James Reed 52 06 March 1797 5 years
  John Macnamara 44 17 Jan. 1827 15 years, 6 months
  William Williams R. Staff Corps 31 Oct. 1831 20 years, 8 months
  Alexander Townsend 29 19 Sept. 1816 5 years, 2 months
  John Duffie 27 18 Dec. 1822 3 years
440. James Farrol / Farrell 70 6 years, 6 months
  William Retallick 41 25 Oct. 1815 4 years, 6 months
  James Smith 1 14 years, 9 months
  Jonathan Toppen 7 Fusiliers 13 years
  Mark Sevant 3 Vet.
  Thomas Gooden 14 R.A. 01 April 1816 18 years, 6 months
  Thomas Syons (Lyons ?) 27 02 July 1816 7 years, 9 months
  William Newburn 3 G. Batt. 03 Dec. 1812 7 years, 6 months
  John Fitzpatrick 37 — 1825 13 years
  John Murray 1 R. Scots 26 May 1819 10 years, 4 months
450. John Davis R.A. 01 Jan. 1815 18 years
No. Name Regiment Date
of Discharge
Length
of Service
  Charles Sweeny R.A. 30 April 1816 19 years, 6 months
  James Whiting R. Navy — 1807
  Charles Rodgers 84 — 1822 12 years, 9 months
  John / Jonathan Clark 103 24 Feb. 1818 8 years
  John Ellworth 30 25 June 1818 11 years
  Dennis Keenan 68 23 Oct. 1823 14 years, 6 months
  John Mullholland / Mulholland 13 Vet. Batt. 25 April 1813 6 years
  John McLeod 79 17 March 1819 21 years
  Angus McDonald R.A. May 1816 15 years, 4 months
460. Thomas Thompson 1st Royals 08 Nov. 1825 19 years
  James McDaniel or McDonell 12 Dragoons 17 March 1819 28 years
  Thomas Robinson 19 26 Aug. 1818 24 years, 3 months
  Joseph Ellsmere 2 Vet. 11 Oct. 1826 17 years
  John Hynes 85 26 July 1820 12 years, 3 months
  Thomas McCondra 6 Vet. 12 June 1816 4 years, 47 days
  Patrick Callagan 74 10 Oct. 1811 1 year, 8 months
  Thomas Quail 56 25 Aug. 1825 17 years, 6 months
  Thomas Fitzgibbon 5 Dragoons 03 Feb. 1819 15 years, 1 month
  John Fullerton 9 19 Feb. 1819 29 years
470. John Orton R.A. 01 Nov. 1811 8 years, 1 month
  Justus Rutherford 28 31 May 1816 9 years, 1 month
  William Thompson 6 Vet. 12 June 1816 4 years, 166 days
  John Fowler 42 20 June 1820 16 years, 17 days
  John Teernan 35 18 March 1818 21 years
  John Bell 25 03 May 1816 21 years, 8 months
  Jeremiah Rawden 59 — 1822 19 years, 9 months
  John Seale 10 19 June 1822 18 years, 10 months
  James Fox 28 07 Feb. 1822 7 years, 4 months
  Cornelius Lawler 49 14 May 1817 19 years, 238 days
  Samuel McClure W.I. Rangers 24 April 1826 22 years, 2 months
480. William Kyle 13 12 May 1824 19 years, 8 months
  Robert Donald 5 03 Jan. 1809 5 years
  George Overs 3 Gds. 13 Oct. 1814 7 years, 10 months
  George Alliban R. Marines — 1816 2 years, 10 months
  Thomas Kelly 88 Dec. 1819 21 years, 349 days
  Samuel Wilson R.A. 01 June 1816 15 years, 275 days
  Richard Rogers R.A. July 1815 10 years, 122 days
  William Wells or Wilts 15 Dragoons 12 Dec. 1827 28 years, 3 months
  Thomas Bradley 81 20 June 1815 6 years, 2 months
490. Peter Bilton 12 25 June 1814 19 years, 75 days
  John Bradburn 95 22 Dec. 1814 5 years, 1 month
  Michael Barlow 88 11 Nov. 1817 9 years, 6 months
  William Boyle 27 14 Nov. 1826 21 years, 6 months
  Patrick Brown 98 28 Oct. 1818 17 years, 1 month
  John Callagan 67 16 Aug. 1816 11 years, 5 months
  James Cowan 37 25 April 1829 20 years, 3 months
  Patrick Casey 85 06 June 1826 23 years, 4 months
  William Carrol 62 09 June 1830 18 years, 4 months
  Peter Connors 100 19 May 1818 8 years, 9 months
500. James Cavanagh 1st G. Batt. 02 July 1816 15 years,6 months
  Peter Doyle 86 23 Dec. 1822 5 years, 2 months
  William Dunn 67 05 July 1824 29 years, 2 months
  John Dunan 65 13 Sept. 1820 21 years, 7 months
  Patrick Fitzgerald 14 24 June 1829 26 years, 4 months
  James Fallon 21 08 Sept. 1819 18 years
  James Finan 99 23 Sept. 1818 8 years, 11 months
  John Granger 27 26 June 1816 7 years, 166 days
  James Callegher 44 12 Dec. 1811 12 years, 9 months
  John Grant 17 25 Oct. 1824 21 years, 2 months
510. James Hurley 45 14 Oct. 1814 17 years
  Michael Haughey 2 Veterans 25 April 1826 16 years, 6 months
  Luke Hand 103 10 Dec. 1817 18 years, 1 month
  James Halfpenny 44 27 Feb. 1822 18 years, 130 days
  James Hunt 50 16 Sept. 1824 19 years, 5 months
  James Haing 9 02 May 1813 13 years, 197 days
  Thomas Haythorn 8 20 March 1824 20 years, 11 months
  Luke Harcourt 27 16 June 1816 7 years, 306 days
  Owen Kearnes 88 16 May 1825 11 years, 3 months
  John Lawler 22 09 April 1816 31 years, 5 months
520. John Liddy 65 12 May 1819 37 years, 4 months
  Patrick McAboy 44 16 June 1824 20 years, 11 months
  Patrick Monagan 7 02 Nov. 1809 1 year, 6 months
  Thomas McGary 1 25 May 1813 4 years, 8 months
  John McGovern 97 25 June 1817 12 years, 134 days
  Michael Malone 59 25 Feb. 1822 15 years, 9 months
  Patrick O'Brien 16 25 April 1819 8 years, 355 days
  Stephen O'Brien 44 29 May 1816 12 years, 251 days
  John Petty 27 14 May 1817 21 years
  William Ryan 2nd Gar. Batt. 23 Oct. 1816 13 years, 79 days
530. Owen Reynolds 6 Vet. 12 Jan. 1816 7 years, 273 days
  James Smith 52 18 April 1821 12 years, 8 months
  Patrick Sweeny 12 Vet. 29 Dec. 1813 20 years, 11 months
  Patrick White 95 14 Aug. 1814 9 years, 9 months
  John Wheelan 37 3 years, 253 days
  George Young 3 Aug. 1811 3 years, 2 months
  John Rowley 1 Dragoons 30 May 1827 25 years, 4 months
  Robert Clarke Sligo Mil. 08 Nov. 1823 31 years
  David Bannister R.A. and 76 — 1833 18 years
  Samuel Murphy 58
540. Edward Shields 26 06 March 1816
  Henry St. Ledger 96 June 1828 18 years, 8 months
  Thomas Smith 89 19 July 1826 14 years, 6 months
  Patrick Murray 96 12 March 1828 4 years
  Robert Jameison (Jamieson) 94 11 March 1828 4 years, 3 months
  John Jameison (Jamieson) 3 26 Aug. 1826 22 years, 9 months
  James Butler 89 17 Sept. 1828 21 years
  James Shephard / Shepherd 9 18 years, 8 months
  Thomas Craig 83
  Edward McAvoy 100 July 1818 8 years, 134 days
  " Vet. Batt. " 5 years, 231 days
550. John McAllister 64 11 Sept. 1821 6 years, 179 days
  James Connorty 73 30 March 1822 8 years, 6 months
  Robert Dudley 26 01 June 1820 20 years, 6 months
  Andrew Howey 4 Guards Nov. 1821 5 years, 6 months
  Eugene Rearden 62 09 Aug. 1826 14 years, 7 months
  John Williams 83 March 1826 25 years, 10 months
  Richard Fowler 3 G. Batt. 22 Oct. 1816 18 years, 6 months
  William Sapper 66 Sept. 1822 27 years, 2 months
  George Ferguson 18 May 1827 16 years, 11 months
  Francis Kane 23 — 1812 7 years, 6 months
560. Hugh Lavey 64 14 May 1816 29 years, 5 months
  Edward Galleghar (Gallagher) 12 12 Dec. 1828 21 years
  Thomas Sims 2 Dragoons 12 May 1837 24 years, 139 days
  James McCabe 56 Oct. 1826 32 years, 11 months
  John Lyell (Lyall) 7 Vet. Batt. 07 June 1816 5 years, 6 months
  James Fedley 18 13 June 1832
  John Halfpenny 73 20 March 1822
567. John Foley Waterford Militia 25 Aug. 1832
 
Notice to Commuted Pensioners
Emigrant Office, Toronto,
22 September 1838.
All commuted pensioners residing in Upper Canada are directed to send in their names and the number of the regiment from which they were discharged, as well as the date of the discharge and length of service, to the justice of the peace nearest to their place of residence.
The magistrates are requested to enclose the lists of the names furnished to the clerks of the peace for their respective districts, who will please to make their returns to this office as soon as possible.
As these poor men are in many instances objects of public charity, and may not happen to see this notice, the Lieutenant-governor hopes that all humane persons will take as interest in this matter, and assist in collecting and transmitting the information desired by the Government.
(signed) A.B. Hawke,
Chief Emigrant Agent for Upper Canada.
 
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