2 edition of Roll of officers of the old county regiment of Lancashire Militia found in the catalog.
Roll of officers of the old county regiment of Lancashire Militia
J Lawson Whalley
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The East Lancashire Regiment was, from to , a line infantry regiment of the British Army. The regiment was formed in under the Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 30th (Cambridgeshire) Regiment of Foot and 59th (2nd Nottinghamshire) Regiment of Foot with the militia and rifle volunteer units of eastern : British Army. Return of the Commissioned Officers of Carteret Regiment of Militia (dated ) >>> Carteret County Recruits  >>> Officers under the command of Lt. Col. Malachi Bell [Jun. 11, ] >>> Officers under the command of Col. John Easton [Oct ] Caswell: Caswell County: Miltary.
The Royal Lancashire Militia; The Lancashire Rifle Volunteers; History of The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment The NA holds the personal service records of soldiers and officers who served until (WO ) for WW1, which lists the medals awarded to individuals and may confirm name, Army number, rank or Regiment, and the medal roll. 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.
I have a book entitled 'History of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia' written by Ralph John Thomas Williamson and J. Lawson Whalley. It starts off in and goes through to It describes where the local Militia went - how they travelled, what the weather was like etc are lists of names throughout the book, but only for Majors, Captains, lieutenants, Quarter Masters etc. Essex Town and Militia Records (from Massachusetts Town Records collection) Ancestry. History of the town of Essex, from to Family History Library Ledger book of money paid to families of Civil War volunteers Internet Archive. Roll of members - Essex .
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Roll of officers of the old county regiment of Lancashire Militia ; now 3rd and 4th Battalions, The King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment from to Paperback – March 6, by J. Lawson Whalley (Author)Author: J. Lawson Whalley. Roll of Officers of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia Late 1st Royal Lancashire (The Item PreviewPages: audio All audio latest This Just In Grateful Dead Netlabels Old Time Radio 78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings.
Full text of "Roll of Officers of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia Late 1st Royal Lancashire. Roll of Officers of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia (late 1st Royal Lancashire) The Duke of Lancaster’s Own, Now the 3rd and 4th Battalions, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Corrected to May By Colonel J Lawson Whalley, published by. History of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia, Late 1st Royal Lancashire from to Simpkin, Marshall, - Lancashire (England) - pages 0 Reviews.
The Lancashire Militia was re-organised into three regiments, which provided a supply of trained officers and men for the Regular Army throughout the subsequent Napoleonic Wars of – After the war the regiments were disembodied, although the 3rd Regiment, which had volunteered to.
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Lancashire Militia, to (Lancaster, ). The “Old” County Regiment of Militia was disembodied (broken up) in January and then re-raised in It became the Royal Regiment of Lancashire Militia inthe 1st Royal Lancashire Militia in and the 1st Royal Lancashire Militia (The Duke of Lancaster’s Own) in File Size: 2MB.
Lancashire militia This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
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, taking on the new regiment.
Roll of Officers of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia, Published Extra Info: Online book. Compiled from many lists, the roll hopes to a complete a picture as possible. Includes illustrations of the badges of the regiment.
Easy to search book contents. arms of the county to which the regiment belonged, and even when the Militia regiments lost their old titles, uniforms and badges in and adopted those of Regular regiments of which they became part, in many cases the county badges were taken into use by all battalions of the regiments, and were worn in conjunction with the various badges.
Roll of Officers of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia (late 1st Royal Lancashire) The Duke of Lancaster’s Own, Now the 3rd and 4th Battalions, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. War with Revolutionary France brought embodiment and a major expansion of the Militia tomen, and in Lancashire by there were 1st, 2nd and 3rd Regiments Royal Lancashire Militia.
Of these the 3 rd Regiment, raised inevolved to form the 3 rd (Militia) Battalion of The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment based at Preston. Roll of officers of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia late 1st Royal Lancashire (The Duke of Lancaster's Own) now 3rd & 4th battalions the King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment, from to corrected to May 1st, By J Lawson.
: J Lawson. Whalley. The most complete military roster for the state, this monumental work contains the names of approximat soldiers from North Carolina who served during the Revolution. Service records include such information as rank, company, date of enlistment or commission, period of service, combat experience, and whether captured, wounded, or killed.
Location of Repository Roll of officers of the old county regiment of Lancashire Militia : now 3rd and 4th Battalions, The King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment from to By comp. J Author: comp. Lawson Whalley. 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 organization of the Militia in colonial Rhode Island was established by law.
Five county regiments and the number of companies in each town were specified. Annually the General Assembly approved the locally elected officers for the trained bands (companies of militia) at its session in May or the next session in June.
Each roll contains the names of the constituent officers and men, frequently citing their dates of enlistment, and documenting their assignments, activities and/or, if relevant, any man’s special conditions or changes since the prior bi-monthly period. New Jersey: 1st Regiment, Bergen County Militia, (57); New Jersey: 1st Regiment.
Roll of officers of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia late 1st Royal Lancashire (The Duke of Lancaster's Own) now 3rd & 4th battalions the King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment, from to corrected to May 1st, Index Incomplete.Roll of Officers of the Old County Regiment of Lancashire Militia Late 1st Royal Lancashire Whalley: 3: The war history of the 1st 4th Battalion, the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, now the Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire), () 4: An account of the regiments of Royal Lancashire militia, to Rawstone Based on many unpublished sources, this book narrates the individual parts played by over 1, of those who served with the 1/5th King's Own in the Great War.
First seeing action in Flanders in Marchthey fought in almost all of the major campaigns on the Roll Of Officers Of The Old County Regiment Of Lancashire Militia.