Colonel Philip O’Sullivan’s Regiment of Foot

Active
CountryIreland
AllegianceConfederate
ConflictsIrish Confederate War
TypeFoot
ColonelPhilip O’Sullivan
Area RaisedMunster
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Irish Confederate foot of the Munster army

Service History

1644

  • Serving under Castlehaven

Notes

Coats, Flags & Equipment

Notable Officers

Philip O’Sullivan

Phillipp O’Sullevan, Collonell of a regiment Of 1,000 foote.1)

  • Phillipp O’Sullevan, Collonell, 100 ,,
  • Tiege McCarty, Lieutennant-Collonell, 100 ,,
  • Edmond Wall, Sarjeant-Major, 100 ,,
  • Fynnyn McCarty, Captain, 100 foote.
  • Donnegh McDermody, Captain, 100 ,,
  • Nicholas Barry, Captain, 100 ,,
  • Maurice Fitz Gerrald, Captain, 100 ,,
  • Stephen White, Captain, 100 ,,
  • Frauncis Wise, Captain, 100 ,,
  • Bran Birne, Captain, ' 100 ,,

Officer List

Strength

See Also

1) History of the Irish Confederation and the war in Ireland, 1641 [-1649] containing a narrative of affairs of Ireland, by Richard Bellings. With correspondence and documents of the confederation and of the administrators of the English government in Ireland, contemporary personal statements, memoirs, etc. Now for the first time published from original manuscripts. Ed. by John T. Gilbert.