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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Indexes to Apprenticeship Records 1614-1915, Poor Law Records 1631-1834 & Militia Records 1801-1809. Records in Surrey History Centre, Woking.
Alphabetical lists of Hertfordshire men aged between 18 and 45 who were eligible for service in the Militia forces of England. The ballot lists date from 1758 to 1786, exceptionally to 1801. Hertfordshire has an exceptionally large collection of these lists, although not fully complete. They are the nearest thing we have to a census of the period. Presented here in Adobe (Version 8 and above) Port...More Info
This book published in 1897 traces the history of the regiment from its earliest origins to 1896. Its 400+ pages are divided into chronological sections that give a great deal of information as to the location of the company and the day to day activities. There are a number of illustrations and the appendix gives lists of various ranks and officers. If you had an ancestor in the Devon Regiment, or...More Info
The Muster Roll of the province of Ulster is a large, leather-bound volume in the British Library. The volume consists of 283 folio sheets on which are recorded the names of 13,147 males from the nine counties of Ulster. Each county forms a separate section of the volume and the men who mustered are listed under the names of their landlords; beside each man's name is a description of the weapons h...More Info