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The CDA has also issued orders for conversion of muster roll employees for further 89 days.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of The Following Summer Liveries For The Work Charged And Muster Roll Staff For The Year 2014-15-
There were also family activities and exhibitions in the Flodden marquee at Branxton, with displays including the Flodden travelling exhibition, copies of the 1514 Alnwick Muster Roll and maps from the time.
Spokesman of the Authority said that the Christmas bonus will also be granted to contract, Daily Wages and Muster Roll Employees.
For each corps there are muster rolls and biographical information on the individuals.
The Muster Rolls for April 1863 record that Pickney was "to be marked indelibly on his left hip with the letter 'D'; then to have his head shaved and to be drummed out of the service.
It is a Muster Roll of the Suffolk Yeomanry and Infantry from 1831 to 1861 compiled by a Colonel Bennett of Rougham Hall near Bury St Edmunds.
A unique archive of shipping records, including annual muster rolls and voyage books for Whitby vessels, combined with port registers and various papers associated with the Seamen's Sixpence, affords a much more accurate sense of maritime life and labour in the early modern period than what has been previously possible to acquire.