The East Norfolk Militia

The East Norfolk Militia is a red coat Napoleonic era re-enactment group recreating the British Army's militia of the Georgian period of 1803-1815.

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Reply Smithf210
3:09 PM on April 13, 2017 
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Reply Nigel Roberts
12:34 PM on February 16, 2014 
Hi Dante, I don't think that we are quite what you want. We're a Napoleonic Wars re-enactment group. Our goal is to repel the dreaded hordes of Frenchmen.
Reply dante
2:51 AM on February 16, 2014 
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Reply dante
2:50 AM on February 16, 2014 
Looking to see if you all are active. i run a group that is we are moving across the nation and have members all over the country we are currently looking to recruit already active groups in attempt to unite them all across the country. we are called AARC, on the outside in public view we are a community service base group, on the inside we train using military experiences we are fully operational just need more members if you all wanna merge with us that would be fantastic. please have your founder or leader in command contact me email me first and ill send you my number i don't wanna place my number on this site [email protected] thank you
Reply N.P.Roberts
7:19 AM on August 20, 2013 
Hi Brian, Sorry for the delay in answering your question. I've just got back from Greece and our unit historian is not yet back from the West Country from his holiday. I personally do not have any records etc pertaining to the unit but Peter Heath might be able to help. He should be back on this Thursday so I'll pass the message on and see if he can help. Regards Nigel Roberts
Reply Nigel Roberts
7:13 AM on August 20, 2013 
Hi Andy, First of all let me apologise for the delay in reply. I've just got back from Greece and I am valiantly trying to get back all my plates spinning with appropriate velocity... Anyway, the Militia has had a bit of a holiday too with almost nothing on over the last month but now we have a busy bit. We have a full Saturday, Sunday display coming up this weekend at the Ipswich Maritime Festival followed two weeks later by another full weekend at the Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival. We then finish the sequence with Kings Lynn Heritage Open Day, which is on Sunday, Sept 15th. If you want to come along to any of these events feel free to give me an e-mail ([email protected]) and I'll give you more details. I can also supply a French prisoners uniform so you can really be in on things but without the responsibility of having to do anything apart from wandering around going "Quoi?" Should wish to join then there is no membership fee and we provide you with a uniform and the equipment to go with it on the understanding that if you should leave that you give the uniform etc back in. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Nigel Roberts
Reply Brian Young
6:02 AM on August 12, 2013 
Hi - my wife's ancestor, Richard Athill, was a member of the ENMilitia from about 1798 to 1802/3. He married in Colchester in 1799, but we don't know his birthdate/place or why he left. We obtained copies of some of the paylists, which show where he moved around the country, but would dearly like to find more of his information. Can anyone help?
Thanks
Brian Young
Lara, VIC
Australia
Reply Andy hull
5:37 PM on July 10, 2012 
HI guys, Can i meet up with someone ? I may be interested in joining .
Reply Peter Heath
9:18 AM on February 29, 2012 
Hi Victoria,

If you could give me a bit more information we may be able to find out a bit more about him. I am currently doing a PhD on the ENM and have a lot of muster lists... which may well include his name, and anyway, I can probably tell you where he was at different times during his service. My email is [email protected]

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Peter Heath
Reply Peter Heath
9:15 AM on February 29, 2012 
Victoria Tucker says...
Would love to know more about the history of the Norfolk Militia as my ggg-grandfather served
for over 30 years with them from 1788 to 1819. He served in Ireland where he was injured and discharged on medical grounds when the Militia returned to England. His name was James Gidney and I have copies of his discharge papers if anybody is interested