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LYNEIS, Michal 1
- Born: About 1790
- Marriage (1): RUSSAL, Mary on 2 May 1812 in Abbey Parish, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland 1
The placing of Michal in this family is based only on circumstances: place and family names. More evidence is needed.
"The Ayrshire Militia was a part-tome home defence force that was organised on a county basis and was not part of the regular British Army.
At the outbreak of war between Britain and France in 1793, the Ayrshire Militia was called to service to provide home defence forces against possible French invasion. The unit served in Britain and Ireland until 1815. All militia regiments were employed outside their home county, largely on anti-invasion duties in southern England.
The Ayrshire Militia was later renamed the Prince Regent's Royal Regiment of Ayr and Wigtown Militia. In 1881, it became associated with Ayrshire's regular infantry regiment, the Royal Scots Fusiliers, becoming the 4th (Militia) Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers."
written by Iain Kerr in 2001 2
Michal married Mary RUSSAL on 2 May 1812 in Abbey Parish, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.1 (Mary RUSSAL was born about 1790.)
Old Parish Registers
Abbey Parish Paisley Renfrewshire
Michal Lyneis soldier in the AirSheir Millitia & Mary Russal of this parish were bookd & proclaimed in order to marriage May 2 1 day" 1
Old Parish Registers, Abbey Parish Paisley Renfrewshire Marriages.
Internet Site, http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/AYRSHIRE/2001-04/0986411660.