1 edition of Hertfordshire militia lists. found in the catalog.
Hertfordshire militia lists.
by Hertfordshire Family and Population History Society in [U.K.]
Written in English
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The Militia Ballot lists contains the names of men aged between 18 and 45 who were eligible for service in the militia forces. There is a very significant survival of these lists in Hertfordshire for the years to and in some cases to Hertfordshire Militia Lists: Braughing (Militia S,) Paperback – April 1, by John Hill (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, Import, April 1, "Please retry" Author: John Hill. Hertfordshire militia lists: Hatfield J to Z (Militia series) Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, Import, "Please retry" — Format: Paperback. Most parishes have returns for the yearswhile fewer have surviving records for the period after Returns for are contained in a militia book covering Hertford and Braughing hundreds. An alphabetical list of parishes, including dates of surviving militia lists, can be found in the Quarter Sessions catalogue at HALS.
"Militia Ballot Lists are indexes of men between the ages of 18 and 45/ 50 years eligible for service in the militia forces of Hertfordshire. From to. Hertfordshire militia This page summarises records created Hertfordshire militia lists.
book 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.
Hertfordshire Militia Ballot Lists. Format: CD. Title: “Hertfordshire Militia Ballot Lists” Id - CD Purchase Price: UK £ Contains all the Ballot Lists previously released in booklet form, presented in Adobe PDF format, indexed and fully searchable using Adobe Reader version 8 and above.
Militia Lists. Hertfordshire has a very comprehensive set of Militia lists from the period to These record the names of the men in the parish who were liable to serve in the County militia, and is in effect a census of most of the adult males between the ages of 18 and Home; This edition;English, Book, Illustrated edition: Hertfordshire militia lists: St.
Albans, Fishpool Ward / [compiled & edited: John Hill]. Elstree / ˈ ɛ l z t r i / is a village in the Hertsmere borough of Hertfordshire, is about 15 miles (24 kilometres) northwest of central London on the former A5 road, that follows the course of Watlingits population was 5, It forms part of the civil parish of Elstree and Borehamwood, originally known simply as Elstree.
The village often lends its shorter name. Militia Lists and Musters, A Office County Regimental Returns Devon Dinas Powis Dorset East Ely and South Evans and Sons Family History Indexes Fencibles Hertfordshire Hundreds incl Kent Kew County Regimental Levée Levee en Masse listed without location lndexes Masse Lists Militia Ballot Lists Militia Enrolment Book Militia.
Jack Parker was involved in transcribing the original militia lists into book form for the Hertfordshire Family and Population History Society. In he sent me the following. The Hertfordshire Militia was embodied at St Albans in May for service, and in June went to Coxheath camp, Kent and in November was stationed at Tunbridge and.
Bedfordshire Militia Lists and Musters Publications. Bedfordshire Muster Lists by Nigerl Lutt, Bedfordshire Historical Soci 's Militia Muster Rolls.
The Militia Act of provided for men to serve in the militia at home in order to counter any threat arising while the majority of the regular army was stationed abroad. Lists of eligible men in each parish were known as militia ballot lists and from these, the men actually chosen appeared in the militia lists.
Full text of "Regimental Records of the Bedfordshire Militia" See other formats. Family history research. Search the archives to discover your family history.
View images of Hertfordshire’s original early parish registers on findmypast along with school records to c See census returns from to and search by address.
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. "Records of the Militia & Volunteer Forces " by William Spencer published by the Public Record Office.
Buy Hertfordshire Militia Lists: Barkway and Nuthampstead (Militia S.) by Hill, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Format: Paperback. Hertfordshire, England: Parish and Probate Recordsrecords including baptisms/christenings, burials, marriages, tombstone inscriptions, obituaries, tax lists and wills.
Hertfordshire Names Index Hertfordshire Settlements Index () Hertfordshire Surnames List and another. Hertfordshire Volunteer units (local defence corps): raised ; many volunteers transferred to the new Hertfordshire Local Militia; by all such units had been disbanded Hertfordshire Yeomanry and Volunteer Cavalry: several Troops raised in the countymost existing for only a short period.
from the Yeomanry, Volunteers and Local Militia Lists. A full list of the sources will be found at the end of the article. THE MILITIA The Hertfordshire Regiment of Militia was embodied at St.
Albans in February,under James, then Earl and later Marquis of Salisbury. The order of.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 .Flaunden Village Flaunden Village, s.
Flaunden village history. Flaunden is a small village in Hertfordshire, next door to Bovingdon. It has remained relatively unchanged, with many of the houses being hundreds of years old.
The original site of the village was one and a half mile to the south, in the Chess river valley.