Account Book: Money paid to wives of men in the Militia

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  • Reference
      GB 221 WQ17/1/9/3
  • Alternative Id.
      GB 221 WQA/M/1/88
  • Dates of Creation
      1803 - 1816
  • Language of Material
      English
  • Physical Description
      1 item

Scope and Content

ACCOUNT BOOK: Money paid to wives of men in the Militia. Includes extracts from relevant legislation relating to the payments to be made, notes that the County Militia marched out of the County on actual service on Monday May 23rd 1803, and the Supplementary Militia marched out of the County on actual service on Friday 12th August 1803.

Page 1 relates to Beaumaris accounts with Sarah, wife and 2 children of Henry Jones, Sergeant Major, for the period Nov. 9th 1803 - 8th July 1804.

Pages 2 and 3 relate to Beaumaris accounts with Susannah, wife of Henry Williams, a Corporal, for the period Nov. 9th 1803 - Sept. 2nd 1809. Note that about August 1807 Henry Williams was reduced to the ranks for improper conduct.

Page 4 relates to Beaumaris accounts with Ann, wife and four children of Thomas Roberts, a fifer for the period Nov. 9th 1803 to July 2nd 1805.

Pages 5 to 7 relate to Beaumaris accounts with Ann, wife and child of William Price, a fifer, for the period November 8th 1806 to August 6th 1815.

Pages 9, 10, 11, 39 relate to Llanvaes [Llanfaes] accounts with Elizabeth, wife and 2 children of Owen Roberts, Corporal, for the period 19th October 1803 to July 9th 1814.

Page 9 relates to payment made to Mary Lloyd, the grandmother of Mary, infant child of Owen Roberts, Corporal, left under protection from 31st May to 19th October 1803.

Pages 12 and 13 relates to Llaniestyn accounts with Ann, wife and child of William Jones, a balloted man, for the period 19th May 1804 to July 4th 1808. Note that he was discharged having served 5 years.

Page 14 refers to Trefdraeth accounts with Margaret, wife and 3 children of James Prytherch, a sergeant, during 1804.

Pages 15 and 16 refer to Liverpool's accounts with Elli, wife and four children of David Rowlands, a Sergeant, for the period 14th December 1803 to 22nd November 1811.

Page 17 refers to Liverpool's account with the wife and 2 children of Samuel Williams, Sergeant for the period 15th July to 26th August 1803. Also to Liverpool's account with the wife of Morris Jones, a Corporal, for the period 15th July 1803 to 11th August 1804.

Pages 18 and 19 refers to Holywell's account with the wife and 2 children of Hugh Davis, a Sergeant, for the period 15th August 1803 to 19th March 1810.

Page 20 refers to Beaumamaris's account with Ann, the wife of John Jones, a corporal, for the period 5th [March] 1808 to 19th may 1809.

Page 21 refers to the town and city of Chester's account with the wife and child of John Roberts, drummer, for the period 4th January 1806 to 12th November 1808.

Page 22 refers to LLangoed's account with Catherine, wife and 4 children of William Jones, a corporal, for the period 1st July 1807 to 7th July 1810.

Page 23 refers to Llangoed's account with 2 infant children of William Jones, a corporal, for the period April 20th 1811 to July 12th 1813.

Pages 24 and 25 refer to Beaumaris's account with Ann, wife and 2 children of Thomas Edwards, a corporal, for the period November 17th 1809 to August 16th 1815.

Page 27 refers to Llangian in the county of Carnarvon's account with the wife and 2 children of John Roberts, drummer for the period 1st November 1808 to 10th September 1812.

Page 29 refers to Liverpool's account with the wife and 2 children of John Ellis, sergeant, for the period 1st September 1809 to 30th March 1810. Note that he was discharged from the regiment about 25th November 1809 and sent to a lunatic or mad house, where he soon after died.

Page 29 refers to Llanfairmathafarneithaf's account with the wife and 2 children of William Jones, a corporal, for the period 20th September to 23rd November 1811.

Page 30 refers to Liverpool's account with Elizabeth, wife and 3 children of Owen Jones, a corporal, for the period 10th September 1811 to 28th June 1814.

Pages 32 and 33 refer to Beaumaris's accounts with Ann, wife and chld of Richard Bromley, a corporal, for the period 3rd October 1811 to 29th July 1815. A third child is paid for from 8th June 1815.

Page 25 refers to Llanbeblig in the County f Caernarvon's account with the wife of William Davis, a drummer, for the period 13th September 1811 to 8th April 1814.

Page 37 refers to the Parish of Westhoe in the county of Durham's account with Barbara, wife and 2 children of James Byrne, drum major, for the period 8th January 1812 to 24th June 1814.

Pages 40 to 41 refer to LLangefni's account with Jane, the wife and child of William Jones, a corporal, for the period 1st April 1812 to 24th June 1814.

Pages 43 and 44 refer to Beaumaris's account with Mary, the wife of William Jones, a sergeant, ordered to Beaumaris on the recruiting service, for the period 27th January 1813 to 29th July 1815. One or two children are paid for from 27th April 1815.

Page 45 refers to Llanrwst's account with the wife and child of Thomas Roberts, serving for the parish of Llandrygarn for the period 2nd September 1811 to 18th July 1812.

Page 47 refers to [Cuidio's] account with the wife and 2 children of Owen Jones, a corporal for the period 9th October 1813 to 24th June 1814.

Page 48 refers to St Asaph's account with the wife and 3 children of John Roberts Drum major, for the period 13th January to 31st March 1812.

Page 49 refers to Peterborough's account with the wife and children of Owen Jones, corporal, for the period 24th September 1808 to 9th October 1813.

Page 51 refers to Llanfaes's account with Elizabeth, the wife and 2 children of Owen Roberts, a sergeant, employed from headquarters in the recruiting service, for the period 27th April 1815 to 29th July 1815.

Page 52 refers to Beaumaris's account with the wife of William Hughes, corporal, employed with the recruiting service, for the period 27th April to 29th July 1815.

Page 53 refers to Beaumaris's account with the wife and 4 children of William Williams, corporal, employed with the recruiting service, for the period 27th April to 29th July 1815.

Page 54 refers to Liverpool's account with the wife and 2 children of William Jones, corporal, employed with the recruiting service, for the period 2nd May to 25th July 1815.

Page 55 refers to Liverpool's account with the wife and 2 children of John Roberts, drummer, employed with the recruiting service, for the period 2nd May to 1st August 1815.

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