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[?XXXXXd] for Dragoones, many whereof were [?XXXXght] uppe with lists of their valuacions from [?Xeputye] lieuetenants of severall Counties and were entred with us and ticketts by us delivered accordinglye

5to. die Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

Robert Smyth Brewer Listed one bay Nagg with an old sadle and bridle


6to. Octobris 1642./ [CENTRE HEADING]

Thomas Cope of Saint Olives Sowthwarke Dyer, lysted one white cropp eard guelding with a smale sadle and bridle


Daniell Mercer Dyer, Listed one white Mare with an old sadle and bridle, and one white Nagg


Luke Bradley Stabler Listed one white fleabitten guelding with a smale sadle and furniture


John Williams ffeltmaker, Listed one bay Nagg


Richard Brittaine feltmaker, listed one gray guelding with a smale sadle and bridle


John Wilkinson feltmaker, Listed one white guelding


Henry Beareblack of Puddinglane Merchantayler, listed one browne bay Nagg


Edmond Piesley Grocer, Listed one Chesnutt Guelding


7. Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

William Raven of Coxall in Essex yeoman, listed one blacke Nagg


Thomas ffosse yeoman, Listed one white Nagg with a sadle and bridle


8. Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

Arthur ffloyde of Lombard streete Haberdasher, Listed one gray Nagg with a bridle onely


Henry Traughton Grocer, Listed one Roane Nagg with sadle and bridle


William Webb Grocer, Listed one gray Nagg bare


Richard Nicholett Tallow chaundler, Listed one white Mare with a sadle


10. die Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

John Sowthwood Skinner, listed one old bay Nagg, and one smale fleabitten gray Nagg, with smale hackney sadles and bridles


John Winn of Saint Bennets parish Citizen and Dyer of London, listed one black browne guelding bare


William Bewley Draper, listed one light gray Guelding, and one Iron gray guelding with two sadles and bridles valued att 6li le peece


John Sherman Citizen and silkeman of London, Listed one Gray guelding with sadle and bridle


Robert Render Clothworker Listed one bright bay Nagg with a blase bare