Musters were periodic assessments of the availability of local militia to act as a defence force when needed.  To some extent the system was an outdated remnant of the feudal system where local lords had their own armies, which they provided for the king as required.  This volume is a transcription of the Muster Book of the County of Buckinghamshire, 'being an exact accompt of all the trayned forces horse and foot of the said Countie as they were mustered in the month of May 1673 by Joseph Rawson, Muster Master General of the said Countie.'  It includes the names and dwellings of the Deputy Lieutenants of the County, the names of those commanding a Company or Troop together with the names of their respective officers, the estates or parishes within each Troop, the name(s) of the finders (those who provided a man or men) and the names of the soldiers.  In some cases the man's weapon (musket or pike) is also included.

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FULL TITLE:  Royal Bucks Militia - Men Discharged 1799 and 1807.

This booklet contains two lists of men discharged from the Royal Bucks, or King's Own, Militia into the Army.  Both lists include the name of the man discharged, his place of residence or birthplace,, whether a principal or substitute and, if the latter, for whom he served, and the place for which he served.  Although the majority of the men listed are from Buckinghamshire there are many in these lists from other parts of the country.

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FULL TITLE:  Royal Bucks Militia - Nominal Roll 1812 - 1815.

This booklet contains a Nominal Roll of the Royal Bucks or King's Own Regiment of Militia created on 3rd September 1812.  It includes the name of the man serving and his place of residence, if a substitute the name of the drawn man in whose place he is serving and the parish, the date of his enrolment and any comments such as date of discharge or promotion etc.  The roll has been continually updated through to 1815.

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The bill which re-established the Militia was amended in 1762 so that all men aged between 18 and 45 years, with certain exceptions, were liable to be "conscripted" into the Militia by ballot.  This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving Militia Ballot Lists for the Buckinghamshire Hundred of Bunsty (or Bonestou) compiled in February 1831.  Men are listed within their parish of residence by surname and christian name.  In most cases their age and occupation is included and in some cases there are notes regarding their eligibility.  Bunsty Hundred is one of the constituent hundreds of the area in the north of Buckinghamshire more usually known as the Three Hundreds of Newport.  It consists of the parishes of Castlethorpe, Cold Brayfield, Gayhurst, Hanslope, Haversham, Lathbury, Lavendon, Little Linford, Olney with Warrington, Ravenstone, Stoke Goldington, Tyringham with Filgrave and Weston Underwood.  The returns for Lathbury, Lavendon, Little Linford, Olney and Ravenstone have not survived. 

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The bill which re-established the Militia was amended in 1762 so that all men aged between 18 and 45 years, with certain exceptions, were liable to be "conscripted" into the Militia by ballot.  This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving Militia Ballot Lists for the Buckinghamshire Hundred of Moulsoe compiled in February 1831.  Men are listed within their parish of residence by surname and christian name.  In most cases their age and occupation is included and in some cases there are notes regarding their eligibility.  Moulsoe Hundred is one of the constituent hundreds of the area in the north of Buckinghamshire more usually known as the Three Hundreds of Newport.  It consists of the parishes of Astwood, Bow Brickhill, Broughton, Chicheley, Clifton Reynes, Emberton with Petsoe, Great Brickhill, Hardmead, Little Brickhill, Milton Keynes, Moulsoe, Newton Blossomville, North Crawley, Sherington, Walton and Wavendon.  The return for Newton Blossomville has not survived. 

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FULL TITLE:  The Parish of Newport Pagnell - Militia Ballot List 1831.

The bill which re-established the Militia was amended in 1762 so that all men aged between 18 and 45 years, with certain exceptions, were liable to be "conscripted" into the Militia by ballot.  This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving Militia Ballot List for the Buckinghamshire parish of Newport Pagnell and its hamlet Caldecote compiled in Februry 1831.  Men are listed by surname and christian name.  In most cases their age and occupation is included and in some cases there are notes regarding their eligibility.

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