half-pay officers

as it is acted by his Majesty"s servants.
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Cornmarket Press , London
ContributionsShakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
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Officers reduced to Irish half-pay have been added to give a fullest possible account of the reductions of Britain's armed forces after the war. Short regimental narratives with a succession of regimental colonels are provided for each regiment.

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Altogether, over one-hundred regiments are detailed, with the names of more than 2, officers. The term "half-pay" referred to the pay or allowance an officer of the Royal Manticoran Navy received when in retirement or not in actual service, usually fifty percent of usual pay.

This form of pay usually occurred during periods of peacetime, when fewer commands were available, but the High Ridge government used it to remove political enemies from active service.1 (HH9) Half-pay officers. Onanother resolution provided half pay for 7 years after the conclusion of the war to all military officers who remained in the Continental service to the end of the war.

Enlisted men who continued to serve for the duration of the conflict were each to receive a gratuity of $80 after the war under the terms of the half-pay officers book enactment.

In 19th century armies and navies the half-pay list served a similar function to the reserve officer components of modern day forces, with officers who were retired or otherwise not in active service receiving half of the salary of their fully commissioned counter-parts.

Half-pay was calculated according to rank and within each rank there were several levels of remuneration. When on half-pay officers were not bound by. Records of the Revolutionary War: Containing the Military and Financial Correspondence of Distinguished Officers; Names of the Officers and Privates of Regiments, Companies, and Corps, with the Dates of Their Commissions and Enlistments; General Orders of Washington, Lee, and Greene, at Germantown and Valley Forge; with a List of Distinguished Prisoners of War; the Time of Their Capture.

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-half pay -injury in discharge of duty -maternity -member may be recalled -no guarantee -not to be granted -outside of jamaica -overdue official documents -recreational -sick -special -study Discover your 18th century military ancestor in this index of half-pay officers from Officers named in the index would have fought during the War of Spanish Succession, a major European conflict from to Trace your family tree back centuries and reveal your ancestor’s rank and regiment.

Records of officers on half pay in WO 24/ (–). The records provide an officer’s name, rank and regiment. Records in other archives and organisations Sandhurst registers (–). (2) Half?pay for life to officers who served was first provided inand by Congresspromised seven years half?pay to officers who had served to the end of the war.

Subsequently,widows of those officers who had died were granted half?pay for the same length of time. If a Government servant is transferred to foreign service, the Head of his Office or Department must send his service book to the Pay & Accounts Officer who will return it after noting in it, under his signature, the order sanctioning the transfer, the effect of the transfer in regard to leave admissible during foreign service etc.

is ‘m’, then, the number of days of half pay leave at the credit on is ‘20n -2m’. If this number becomes negative, it is made as zero. Fromonwards, the half pay leave is credited at the rate of 10 days on 1st January and 1st July every year.

Other details regarding HPL are available in section Half Pay per Day for Foot Officers on the English Establishment in Half Pay per Year for Foot Officers on the English Establishment in Half Pay per Day for Foot Officers on the Irish Establishment in Pay and Allowance for Companies of Invalids in Price of Commission in Dragoon Guards and Dragoons in The book in hand is the Haryana Civil Services (Pay) Rules,which contains rules pertaining to fixation of pay on first or subsequent appointment, fixation/refixation of pay on promotion, reversion, modification of pay structure, increment, punishment of withholding of.

Officers and ships' crews are thereby ensured of the facilities they need in the drawing of Officers' pay from Divisional Paymasters, the management of claims for Salvage, Slave Bounty and Prize Bounty, the drawing of Half-Pay, Unemployed Full Pay and Pilotage Allowances, and the preparation of the Annual Return required by H.M.

Paymaster. A List of All the Officers of the Army and Royal Marines Great Britain. War Office Full view - British Connections - Half Pay Officers In the Jersey censuses of and many individuals are described as ‘half pay officers’ in the British Army or the Royal Navy.

The concept of Half-pay allowed officers of the British Army and Royal Navy to be put into semi-retirement during periods of peacetime, when fewer commands were available. In there w officers on full pay. At % that is about officers who came up from the ranks!.

Another interesting point that he mentions is that in the Peninsular War less than 1 in 5 first commissions were purchased (%). In the infantry it was it was less than 17%. Special and Year Plan information for PFRS Tier 2, 3 (Article 11), 5 and 6 members under Sectionsd and e. Year Benefit (Section d).

Commissioned officers might be promoted to the next rank but not be appointed to a ship. Until that time they were "on the beach" and on half-pay. An officer who was promoted from Commander was a captain, but when he was given a command, his name was "posted" in the London Gazette.

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A List of the general and field-officers, as they rank in the army: of the officers in the several regiments of Horse, Dragoons, and Foot, on the British and Irish establishments ; (to which is now added, an alphabetical index) ; the Royal Regiment of Artillery, Irish Artillery, Engineers, independent companies, and Marines on full and half pay ; with the dates of their commissions, as they.

To which is added the half-pay acts of the Continental congress; the revolutionary pension laws; and a list of the officers of the Continental army who acquired the right to half-pay, commutation, and lands. First published in A List of the Officers of the Army and Royal Marines on Full and Half-pay: With an Index - Ebook written by Great Britain.

Army. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read A List of the Officers of the Army and Royal Marines on Full and Half-pay: With an Index.

Full and half pay pensions. Full pay records show payments made to officers who were actively employed. They give the name and dates of employment and can be used to compile a record of an officer’s career. Half pay was a retainer paid to officers who were no longer serving.

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Continental officers were disgruntled. Having gone without pay for years, they feared that if Congress did not pay them or provide for their annuities they would face a bleak future of poverty. They had agreed in to a pension of half-pay for life, but as Congress grappled with a.

The Royal Navy actively employed children and minors within their ranks and indeed joining the Royal Navy as a boy was an often and unwritten prerequisite for a path towards an officer commission.

Positions for minors began with the generic term "ship's boy" which was open to young boys between the ages of eight to twelve, although there was no established cut off and there are records of boys.Notice also that except for a very few, the invariable fate of the ranker officer in was half-pay on reduction; a few managed to serve on until the s, with Charles Cureton of the 20th Light Dragoons seemingly being the only ‘ranker’ to go on to general officer rank.The Office of the State Comptroller does not warrant, promise, assure or guarantee the accuracy of the translations provided.

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