Steenkerque; Landen. Patrick Sarsfield, 1st Earl of Lucan (born c.1655 – 21 August 1693) was an Irish soldier and leading figure in the Jacobite army during the 1689 to 1691 Williamite War in Ireland . Born into a wealthy Catholic family, Sarsfield joined a regiment recruited by James Scott, Duke of Monmouth for the 1672 to 1674 ...
Patrick Sarsfield ( c. 1660 - 21 de agosto de 1693 ), I conde de Lucan, Jacobita y soldado irlandés, descendiente de una familia de ingleses viejos asentada en Irlanda desde la invasión normanda . Contexto histórico Patrick Sarsfield nació en Lucan, Dublín.
- Honora Burke
- Patrick Sarsfield, Anne O' Moore
Patrick Sarsfield, (born, Lucan, County Dublin, Ire.—died August 1693, Huy, Austrian Netherlands), Jacobite soldier who played a leading role in the Irish Roman Catholic resistance (1689–91) to England’s King William III. Sarsfield remains a favourite hero of the Irish national tradition.
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Patrick Sarsfield, primer conde de Lucan, irlandés: Pádraig Sáirseál, alrededor de 1655 al 21 de agosto de 1693, fue un soldado irlandés y figura destacada del ejército jacobita durante la Guerra de Guilhamite de 1689 a 1691 en Irlanda.
- Honora Burke
- circa 1655 desconocido
- 21 de agosto de 1693 Huy, Bélgica
Patrick Sarsfield was an Irish landowner and soldier of the seventeenth century noted for his role in the Irish Confederate Wars. He is best known as the father of Patrick Sarsfield, Earl of Lucan, and is sometimes referred to as Patrick Sarsfield the Elder because of this.
- Anne O'Moore
11 de feb. de 2023 · Ronan McGreevy Sat Feb 11 2023 - 13:53 The remains of Patrick Sarsfield, the Earl of Lucan, have been located and it is hoped to repatriate his remains back to Ireland, researchers have claimed....