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.
What does MROLL stand for?
MROLL stands for Muster Roll
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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.
The volunteers marched 36 miles to Cambridge from April 19 to 21, according to a muster roll that lists 49 Minutemen, including Mr.
1) Records show that John Phillips the father served under James Delancey out of Albany, according to the Muster Roll below: LIST OF EACH OFFICER AND SOLDIER IN CAPt WILLm McGINNES COMPANY .
There were also complaints about false muster rolls on the NREGA and fake expenditure on forestrelated projects.
He then justified his use of the word "boys" by citing the following statistics: "In 1860 the poll books showed a total enrollment for the state of Mississippi of 60,000 men, and yet the muster rolls of the Confederacy show that Mississippi furnished 78,000 soldiers to the Southern cause.
Museum staff will be dressed in pirate costume, and children are also being encouraged to dress up in their best pirate gear to sign the Mersey Pirate Muster roll book, which entitles them to join the "Mersey pirate navy" for 100 years.
Complete profiles of individual soldiers include amazing muster roll evidence, allowing researchers to piece together details of the military men's lives.