Judge Advocate General's Office: Courts Martial Proceedings and Board of General Officers' Minutes
This series comprises:
Minutes of the proceedings of the Board of General Officers, with entries of warrants, letters, etc, 1706-1807.
Papers of the original proceedings of the Judge Advocate General's Office in courts martial from 1668. These include warrants, letters, depositions, etc, with some special returns from Ireland, 1800-1820, and cases relating to the Easter Rising of 1916 and Irish rebellion, 1920-1921.
Entry books detailing the proceedings held at Horseguards; the proceedings held away from Horseguards, in home and foreign stations; and the proceedings of the marching regiments; from 1692-1796.
Cases against individual officers, 1780-1824, prepared for special submission to the Sovereign. They were deemed special usually because of seniority of rank.
The naming of a courts martial defendant within this catalogue does not imply guilt.
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