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Musters of the Cornwall militia (WO 13/346, PRO, Kew)

Musters of the Cornwall militia (WO 13/346, PRO, Kew)

1781-82

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Published by [S. Tamblin] in [Northampton] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLiz Hore and Stuart Tamblin.
ContributionsTamblin, Stuart.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18194356M

(95) Militia companies were all ordered to muster and drill on Sundays. (96) In the militia musters were reduced to just one every month. (97) The undated text of the first militia act of the colony of Massachusetts Bay read, Section 1. Online World War I Indexes and Records - USAA Genealogy Guide Online World War I Indexes and Records - USA Note: before the First World War was known as "The Great War" World War One Draft Registration Cards at FamilySearch (free with registration) includes digital images of the draft cards.

EDGECOMBE, Richard (c), of Mount and Cotehele, Cornw. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons , ed. S.T. Bindoff, . UK, British Army Muster Books and Pay Lists, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc, Original data: Commissary General of Musters Office and Successors: General Muster Books and Pay Lists. WO The National Archives of .

Cornwall (County Red Book) by Estate Publications Cornwall (University of Wales Press - Histories of Wales) by Bernard Deacon Cornwall: one of the four nations of Britain: an introduction to the link between Cornwall's past, present and future by Ray. Loyalist Regiments: Following is a list of all known Loyalist regiments that served in the American Revolution between and The list is sorted alphabetically by regiment name and provides the dates of service and type of each regiment.


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's Militia Muster Rolls. Compiled from musters contained in WO Series War Office Paylists held at the National Archives, Kew, the Worldwide Army Index lists all officers and other ranks subjects serving in the January-March quarter of together with their regimental HQ location.

The index is effectively a military. The Militia was a part-time voluntary force organised by county. Modern militias were created by the Militia Act of They became the Special Reserve in Inthe army was reorganised and militia regiments were attached to units of the regular army.

Sussex Muster / Militia Rolls: UK Military Family History Online. Complete your family history by finding web sites with online information so that you can answer the question: Who Do You Think You Are.

J Gibson and M Medlycott, Militia lists and musters, a directory of holdings in the British Isles (Federation of Family History Societies, ) William Spencer, Army Records: A guide for family historians (The National Archives, ) William Spencer, Records of the Militia and Volunteer Forces (Public Record Office, ).

Militia Lists and Musters, A Directory of Holdings in the British Isles by Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson, Mervyn Medlycott has lists of holdings. No eBook is available, but a search for "Somerset Militia" within the book on Google Books shows which other archives had holdings at the time of writing (pub date is ).

Militia Regiment and Musters. Details and locations are to be found in the book "Militia Lists and Musters " compiled by Jeremy Gibson and Mervyn Medlycott, 3rd edition and published by the Federation of Family History Societies. Bedfordshire Militia Lists and Musters Publications.

Bedfordshire Muster Lists by Nigerl Lutt, Bedfordshire Historical Soci Includes most of. War of Discharge Certificates Updated Febru War of Discharge Certificates Appendix I: List of Units and Subunits Appendix II: List of Company/Detachment Commanders Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Legion of the United States Capt.

Alexander Gibson's Co. Henry Blunt, Edward. TheGenealogist launches the largest collection of Early Militia Musters For the first time you can search early militia musters for all of England and Wales.

The collection includes o rare records of these part-time soldiers for and This is the largest number of surviving records available for this : Chris Paton. The musters for infantry regiments from onwards (WO 16/) are arranged by regimental district.

When attempting to find the muster book for a 2nd battalion - and the pre line infantry number of the 1st battalion is unknown - readers should refer to the Army lists for onward, which are available in the reading rooms at The. Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War (at Ancestry/requires payment) Revolutionary War Records, Vol.

1, Virginia by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh scanned book at the Internet Archive. Miscellaneous. List of Prisoners on the Old Jersey Prison Ship. New York Civil War Newspaper Clipping Files New York Militia Laws during the Civil War " Military Affairs in New York " chapter from The Union army: a history of military affairs in the loyal states, -- records of the regiments in the Union army -- cyclopedia of battles -.

A commission of array was a commission given by English sovereigns to officers or gentry in a given territory to muster and array the inhabitants and to see them in a condition for war, or to put soldiers of a country in a condition for military service.

The term arrayers is used in some ancient English statutes, for an officer who had a commission of array. directed in the Book of Common Prayer.

This allowed the community to object to the union. After the American Revolution, community gatherings, militia musters, and other events were acceptable venues to announce upcoming marriages. Marriages by banns were File Size: KB. North Carolina in the War of Call for Wilmington and and Musters From the NC site.

Detached militia called to Wilmington by orders issued Septemwhen it appeared the British were about to : Roaddog. 3. For an attempt at a critical examination of localism, see this author's “ Court, Country and Politics Before ,” in Sharpe, K. (ed.), Faction and Parliament (Oxford, in press).But see also the classic apologia of the Norfolk Deputies in they were reluctant to report musters defaulters because they were “most vnwillinge that any of our neybours and Countrymen should Cited by: The 2nd Royal Cheshire Militia was a militia infantry battalion raised in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England in Later linked to the regular Cheshire Regiment as its 4th (Militia) Battalion, the unit served in the Second Anglo-Boer War before disbandment in Branch: British Army.

Norfolk militia mustered regularly, but this seems to have been unusual. In May I the king ordered that the militia of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset should not muster again until further notice; in i several lords lieutenant reported that they had held no musters since i To neglect was added large-scale disrup-tion of the lieutenancies.

Like many landowners Edward POMEROY b circa d, was made a Commissioner of Inquiry into Piracy in Dorset, Devon, Cornwall. June ; Commissioned to take musters May ; Musters were a record of forces that could be raised as a local Militia in the event of an attack.

Jacob Rhoads, Private, NC Militia, From the Book, "Revolutionary War Records of Duplin-Sampson Counties." By Virginia and Oscar Bizzell c Jacob Rhoads, 1st Lieutenant, 8th NC Continental Line, from the Book, "Revolutionary War Records of Duplin-Sampson Counties." By Virginia and Oscar Bizzell c Jacob Rhodes, served as Pvt.

in 8th VA.Militia Lists Militia List Historical Records of the First Regiment of Militia (Third West York Light Infantry) Certificate of Musters in the County of Somerset History of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia Lancashire Militia Roll of Officers of the Old Country Regiment The history of Cornwall; Helston, £; Hore, Liz and Tamblin, Stuart.

WO 13/ Musters of the Cornish militia; Family History Indexes, Northampton: (on microfiche). Hull, P. L. The caption of the seisin of the Duchy of Cornwall (new series vol 17); Devon & Cornwall .