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Title: Muster Rolls of Prince Charlie, 1745-6
Posted by: Kyle MacLea
Date: 25 April 2005

Dear members,

I just recently noted that Alastair Livingstone of Bachuil is listed as one of the editors to the ('new' 2001 edition of?) "No quarter given: The muster roll of Prince Charles Edward Stuart's army, 1745-46"

Apologies if this has been discussed ad nauseum before, but I am largely ignorant of this tome, and figured I'd ask:

I wondered if anyone who has looked at this book has noted the presence of M(a)cLea and Livingston(e) chaps serving in the regiments.  It's always interesting to learn more of what's out there in genealogy!

Kyle=

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                  Muster Rolls of Prince Charlie, 1745-604 May 2005Keith Livingstone Australia

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