Musters of the Cheshire militia, 1781-82 WO 13/308 (PRO, Kew)

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Statementcomp. by Liz Hore and Stuart Tamblin.
ContributionsHore, Liz., Tamblin, Stuart.
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Get this from a library. [Musters of the Militia, ]. [Liz Hore; Stuart Tamblin] -- The Militia Act of provided for British men to serve in the militia at home to counter any threat when the majority of the regular army was stationed abroad.

War Office archives concerning the   All Companies met at Hull on 27 August and recorded service from 25 December to 24 June All Musters were signed by George Overend, Commissary Musters and John Milling at Hull. WO 13/ Musters of the Yorkshire West 2 Militia ( ) There were ten Companies of Yorkshire West 2 Militia commanded by the following:   Cheshire, England: Classification: Muster / Militia Rolls Muster Rolls and Militia Rolls were early forms of census records listing and determining those Militia Lists and Musters on *FREE* shipping on qualifying :// Militia Lists And Musters, book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. By law, a certain number of militiamen had to be recr The law was not often obeyed to the letter. “Americans saw little reason to waste time on militia training when no danger threatened,” historian Barry M.

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Howard, A.J. and Stoate, T.L. (Eds.) The Devon Muster Roll for Almondsbury   , Ely and South Witchford Hundreds [Evans & Sons /0/,]. Local Miltia Muster Rolls.Ely and South Witchford Hundreds [Evans & Sons /0/]. Other Units.

Provisional Cavalry enrolment lists and musters. Ely and South Witchford Hundreds [Evans & Sons /0/]. Permanent Addiotional The loyal militia were often the primary 'English' force in the field.

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