Hi there ris1972
Thats a cool thing to have there, fraid my chap expires sometime before 1805. Do you know anything else about youe Samuel, was he Army, Navy or Marine kinda thing...?
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that would make sense, and explains the numbers being sporadic....devision and company, makes you wonder whhy they would be so split around the fleet, thanks chaps ...most helpful input...
Hi helacheu and one and all,
Indeed, my point and question exactly, the hi-jacked column, clearly does not relate to age, and is used differanty throughout the muster, "Co", should it refer to...
hi there helacheu and one and all,
see what you mean by Co, however that seems not to ring true as a consistant elsewhere, and need to note a company, when plymouth has already been noted, also if...
hi there helachau and one and all.
makes perfect sense,...marines mustered from the division barrack at chatham, plymouth and portsmouth.
i thought that the "age" appeared tp be deliberatley...
hi there helachau and one and all,
noted.....i have downloaded the muster in its enirity, worth the effort. near the end, after the list is compiled, logicsl order of course the marines are at...
hi helechau and one and all
indeed Age at time of entry, but the question is what so the corresponding entries for marines represent.
for other navy personell, the entries are valid, but for...
Hi one and all.
Quick question if I may. When the Marines are entered into the ships musters under the following headings :
"No Entrey - year - when and whence etc etc" ....
what do the...
Hi there one and all, .
.seems my thread has turned to fiction in a general chatter room. Hey ho,
helachau....good spot there, however not hell bent or even samuel green, who is indeed not...
ha ha ...love the thinking here....so sharpe.....apologies......but just what if.....one can place a rifleman on the scene somwhere.....xxx
Hello one and all,
Something to ponder-
I was commenting on a certain face app social medai site : (other social medai sites are also available), basically on a picture of Victory. The site...
Thanks one and all thus far, invaluable information.
here is a rough timeline that i am hoping to proove or disproove, either way.
1779 Samuel Green born Bliston, Staffordshire to Richard...
hello peter & helechau,
Wow thanks chaps, I was begining to doubt my own self. The problem I have is that trying to connect Coote Manningham 800 to trafalgar. When Peter questioned the 95th on...
hi one and all,
Can any learned person out there in History land, please explain the "FO" on the The Military General Service Medal (MGSM) available to claimants in 1847, looking at Samuel Green...
Excellent book and thanks for thanks. Sadley this highlights my problem because even this tome seems not to mention the 95th Rifles on Victory or even Trafagar. It does confirm my...
hi one and all,
I am seeking some clarification regarding the Experimental Corps of Riflemen and there transistion into the Rifle Brigade, my understanding:-
1800 1st April ...
hi christanel, i have forces war records, and the 95th rifle samuel green was killed @ trafalgar on victory and if he enlisted before 1800, he would have been enlisted to normal numbered regiments or...
are you suggesting that forces war records show the date 1793 for both of these chaps, is not an enlistment date for them .....there are other boats showing samuel green ie : hms excellent...
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hi there i have a similar issue with a rifle brigade query and as i understand it, in the early days the rifles were recruited from all regiments but retained there original chaps I am intrested in...
hi peter, I am not specifically chasing this chaps personal life, my query was more aimed at the duplicate records for samuel green enlisting in 1793, one 57th foot the other the 95th rifles,
Thanks not sure where he was born because i am not sure which chap i am looking for out of the two.
Thank you for the clarification, i am still finding my round this and now the sites makes sense.
The chap is samuel green born about 1779, i'll keep digging thanks
i am new to all this research and forum stuff, so please bear with me ....i am generally researching family history and i am currently checking a few back stories as it were.
My first problem to...
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