Definition of Ensigncies. Meaning of Ensigncies. Synonyms of Ensigncies

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Definition of Ensigncies

Ensigncies
Ensigncy En"sign*cy (?; 277), n.; pl. Ensigncies. The rank or office of an ensign.

Meaning of Ensigncies from wikipedia

- Ensign (/ˈɛnsən/; Late Middle English, from Old French enseigne (transl. mark, symbol, signal; flag, standard, pennant), from Latin insignia (plural))...
- private school and at the University of Bonn, Germany. He purchased an Ensigncy in the Rifle Brigade in 1862 and a Lieutenancy in 1866. He served in India...
- succeeded him in his baronetcy in 1828. On 20 March 1835, he purchased an ensigncy in the 18th Regiment of Foot. On 29 March 1839, he purchased a lieutenancy...
- accomplished sketcher and watercolourist. In 1858 Robley purchased an ensigncy in the 68th (The Durham) Regiment of Foot (Light Infantry) for £450. After...
- (Master Talbot, aged eight, Master Skerritt, aged nine, and others), to ensigncies in his regiment. Later in 1794 he obtained the Cork command, which he...
- Initially pursuing a career as an officer in the British Army, he purchased an ensigncy in the Coldstream Guards. He was promoted to captain in March 1809. He...
- educated at Eton and at the court of the Duke of Brunswick. He purchased an ensigncy in the 40th Foot in 1790. Wellesley's diplomatic career began in 1791 when...
- examinations in May 1852, and was appointed at the age of sixteen to an ensigncy without purchase in the 2nd or Queen's foot. His biographer Sir William...
- the Royal Military College, Sandhurst and on 21 April 1821, purchased an ensigncy in the 22nd Regiment of Foot. He exchanged from the half-pay of that regiment...
- before volunteering for the British Army in India in 1806. He obtained an ensigncy in the 22nd Regiment of Foot in 1807 then exchanged into the 3rd Light...