1793-1803. Cork Grand Jury Returns including provision for Militia from 1795.
The Military Levy was raised through parishes by the Churchwardens, the parishes were subject to a levy or a bounty to be paid in lieu. The surviving records of Drimoleague and Castlehaven Select Vestries confirm this.
The Military Levy predated the attempted French Invasion at Bantry Bay 1796 and the United Irishmen Rebellion 1798 but was at a time of the French wars.
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