Muster book

a book in which military forces are registered.

See also: Muster

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(81) TNA, ADM 102/5, Hospital Muster Book from Antigua, 1791-1793.
(85) TNA, ADM 102/6, ADM 102/7, ADM 102/8, Hospital Muster Book Antigua, 1794-1806.
(58.) The death rate peaked dramatically between 1793 and 1795, the years of "seasoning." Hermione muster book, April-July 1797, TNA: PRO ADM 36/12011.
(68.) The last surviving muster book, ending in July 1797, contains 168 names.
(5.) "Muster book and pay lists" of the Kings American Regiment: 25 June-2 September 1783, Great Britain War Office (WO 12/10821).
(2.) Muster Books and Pay Lists of the Kings American Regiment (1782-1783) WO 12/10821, Great Britain War Office, Loyalist Collection of Harriet Irving Library, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB.
The small kernel of truth in all this is that a William Brown is listed in Queen Charlotte's muster book for 1815.
Hoyle rehabilitates Thomas, Lord Darcy: Darcy may well have had reveries of revolt before his seizure by the pilgrims, but if so, we can no longer adduce his muster book as proof.
The records are from the Army Muster Books, held at the National Archives in Kew, West London.
Dr Tony Barrow, who lives in Embleton in Northumberland and lectures at Newcastle College, made several visits to the National Archives centre at Kew in London to trawl through the muster books of the warships which fought at Trafalgar.
Donohoe has indexed the personnel in the War Office Muster Books and Pay Lists.
They are equally familiar with other sources found among admiralty papers including muster books, half-pay books, lieutenants' examination warrants, ships' logs and court martial proceedings, which have also been used by the author.