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RootsWeb’s Guide to tracing MILITARY HISTORY

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rwguide/lesson13.htm#ENGLAND.

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Jervis MULLEN / MULLIN 100 regiment of foot

http://www.bytown.net/mullenjervis.htm

Just a taste of the vast quantity of research and data on the BYTOWN OR BUST SITE.

The information provided here is directly from the genealogy book, Who's Which by 
Reby (Johnston) Dobbs.  It is her words that are typed here. 
**JERVIS MULLIN**
Early in the Spring, 1812 , His Majesty's 100 Regt. of Foot embarked for Canada.  
There were tears in the eyes of many as the troops marched on board - they were l
eaving the land of their birth, perhaps to return no more.  There were no tears 
in the eyes of Private Jervis Mullin, late of Arboe, County Antrim.  Unknown to 
all but two or three conspirators - well disguised in a private's uniform, marched 
Private Mullin's sixteen-year-old-wife!

PATRICK MCNALLY – CANADA ARCHIVES

>From: “Lelièvre Richard” <Richard.Lelievre@lac-bac.gc.ca>
>To: <pbk918@mac.com>
>Date: February 27, 2008 06:32:32 AM PST
>Subject: Genealogy: Patrick McNally
>Our file number: Q2-71523
>Dear Peter Knox,
>In reply to your e-mail inquiry of February 1st concerning Patrick McNally, I wish to advise you that a search of relevant indexed sources in our custody has produced the following reference(s) of possible interest to you:
>
>British Military and Naval Records
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>McNally, Patrick, Pte. 100th Regt., 1812-13
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>Correspondance relating to Court-martial
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>(RG 8-I, volume 12031⁄2 H, page 31-32, microfilm reel C-3521)
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>(RG 8-I, volume 1169 page 9, microfilm reel C-3520)
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>(RG 8-I, volume 165 page 97, microfilm reel C-2773)
>
>Information about how to order copies of documents (fees, method of payment, rush service, etc.) can be found on our website under What we do for the Public: Photocopies and Reproductions: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/copies/index-e.html. Note that orders must be prepaid.
>
>Alternatively, the microfilm reel cited may be borrowed for your use by any library or institution, within and outside Canada, equipped with a microfilm reader.  Requests for loan must be submitted by the borrowing institution and must include the Library and Archives Canada microfilm reel number(s).  Borrowing institutions equipped with a reader-printer are authorized to make copies of pages from our microfilm on behalf of their patrons.  For your information and your library’s convenience, details about our Interlibrary Loan service can be found on the following page on our website: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/the-public/005-3060-e.html.
>
>Records relating to the service of members of the British Forces are in the custody of the National Archives (formerly the Public Record Office), Kew, Richmond, Surrey, England, TW9 4DU.  Internet: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/familyhistory/military/.
>
>Information about the history and service of British regiments in Canada can be found on the website: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~crossroads/regiments/
>
>A text entitled A Soldier’s Family in the British Army during the War of 1812 by Robert Henderson is posted on the War of 1812 Website at http://www.warof1812.ca/family.htm.
>
>Sincerely,
>
>Richard Lelièvre
>
>Canadian Genealogy Center
>
>Client Services Division
>
>Library and Archives Canada

PATRICK MCNALLY IN NSW

AND TICKETS OF EXEMPTION FROM WORK TO RESIDE WITH JUDITH

Surname Firstname Vessel Year TicketNo Date SRref SRFiche Remarks Order
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 27/23 27/10/1827 4/4282 1002 wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury”  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 28/5 1/1/1828 4/4283, 4/4061 1003, 1006 wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury”  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 29/5 1/1/1829 4/4283, 4/4061 1003, 1006 to reside with his wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 29/104 17/10/1829 4/4283, 4/4061 1003, 1006 to reside with his wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 30/39 2/1/1830 4/4283, 4/4061 1003, 1006 with his wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 31/31 3/1/1831 4/4284, 4/4062 1004, 1006 with his wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 32/30 2/1/1832 4/4285, 4/4062 1005, 1006 with his wife Judith, free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814; torn up on his receiving a ticket of leave (no.33/551)
TICKET OF LEAVE
MCNALLY Patrick 1/9/1814 Certificate of Emancipation 382 [4/4427] COD18 601
PARDON

Surname FirstName Alias Vessel Year Pardon No Pardon Type Date of Pardon Item Reel Remarks Page MCNALLY Patrick Surrey 1814 44/268 CP 1 Jul 1843 [4/4445] 781 109
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