Taken from the Loseley Manuscripts, this detailed muster roll lists the men in the county militia, stationed at home in Surrey whilst the army was abroad. Compiled from lists from various years between 1544 and 1684. Lists the area, the men's names and their job in the militia. * Digitally enhanced images of the original text * Bookmarked by major headings * Fully printable... More Info
This muster roll lists the men in the county militia, stationed at home whilst the army was abroad, for Somerset in 1569. Entries are made alphabetically by parish. Fully indexed, it includes details of the weapons and armour held by the men, and a section of explanatory notes. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable... More Info
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A4 softback 46 pages There are two armies in Britain - the regular or professional army which was first established after the restoration of Charles 11 in 1661 and the part-time army which is a much older force tracing its roots back to the Anglo Saxon Ffyrd of King Alfred. This part-time force has, at various times, consisted of many different types of soldiers from the straightforwardly na...More Info
A searchable transcript of all three years of muster for the county of Dorset
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Indexes to Settlement Certificates 1700-1806, Bastardy Examinations 1715-1819, Apprenticeship Indentures 1700-1844, Apprentices' Registers 1802-1844 & Militia Records 1709-1811. Records in Surrey History Centre, Woking.