muster roll

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muster roll

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1. The official roll of persons in a military or naval unit.
2. An inventory; a roster.

muster roll

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(Military) a list of the officers and men in a regiment, ship's company, etc
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Noun1.muster roll - a list of names of officers and men in a military unit or ship's companymuster roll - a list of names of officers and men in a military unit or ship's company
roster, roll - a list of names; "his name was struck off the rolls"
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
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A grant recently awarded to the University of Washington, will allow the digitization of National Archives holdings including logbooks, muster rolls and related materials from U.
ISLAMABAD -- CDA has decided to appoint 500 regular class 1V (Four) employees During the recruitment process, priority will be given to those class four employees who are already working on daily wages or on muster rolls since the last five years.
Modern scholarship, including Curry's own, has both qualitatively and quantitatively advanced scholars' knowledge of the battle, partially because of the now common use of extant financial records and muster rolls that remained largely unmined prior to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Combing muster rolls, orderly books, and other overlooked obscure records, Mayers discovered the significance of these hitherto ignored sites.
In other instances the names of dead soldiers were kept on the muster rolls so their commanders could collect their salaries.
The editors have taken great pains to create some uniformity in the presentation of articles submitted and have included maps, muster rolls, family trees, colour photographs, and more, all designed to record as many family histories as possible around the Niagara Peninsula.
Social audit under MG NREGA refers to an audit of all processes and procedures under the Scheme, including wage payments, muster rolls etc.
The second part is based on an intensive study of the relevant regimental returns, muster rolls, and service and pension records of every officer and enlisted man assigned to the company on that memorable day.
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 second part will examine the demographics of the unit, based on a study of the relevant muster rolls and the service and pension records of the officers and enlisted men assigned to the company at that time.
During the meeting, the members raised the issues like fake job cards and muster rolls in some of the states, lesser mandays of work allocated than the mandatory 100 days work and enhancement of minimum wages to the workers.
Cahill's examination of this scene places it in the context of early modern muster rolls common in the period which tended to classify subjects into an ideal uniform norm.