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A list of Naggs and Mares for Dragooners for the service of the King and Parliament prized and valued in Colchester aforesaid by the Mayor of the said Towne and others the first of November 1642
Joseph Upcher the elder of Much ffordham in Essex listed one black Mare with sadle and bridle
Robert Potter of the same Listed one black Nagg with a saddle and bridle
Gregorie Holland Clerke of Westbergholt in Essex, Listed one black browne Nagg with a starr upon his forhead with a sadle and bridle
Richard Allen of Colchester Joyner, Listed one bay Nagg with a starr on his forehead and a white Nose, three white feete with a sadle and bridle
ffrancis Colby of the same Esquire Listed one bay Nagg with sadle and bridle
Peter Langley of the same, Listed one gray Nagg with sadle and bridle
Henry Lambe of the same Lynnen draper, Listed one bay Nagg with sadle and bridle
Symon Hollyday Junior of the same, Listed one browne bay Nag with fower black feete sadle and bridle
Phillipp Pledger Listed one black Mare sadle and bridle
John Lambe of the same, Listed one black browne Nagg sadle and bridle
Jasper Vanhulst of the same, Listed one black Mare with a white starr in her forehead with bridle and sadle
Allen Smith of the same, Listed one sorrell Nagg with sadle and bridle
William Cardy of the same ; Listed one black Nagg with a starr on his forehead bridle and sadle
Moises Groome, Listed one black Nagg with a white starr in his forehead with a bridle and sadle
Robert Younge of Westberdgholt, Listed one black Nagg with bridle and sadle
Abraham Langley of Colchester Listed one bay Mare with a white starr on her forehead bridle and sadle
Andrew ffrounteele Listed one browne Nag with a white starr on his forehead with sadle and bridle
Richard Boyse Listed one sorrell Nagg with a bald face with saddle and bridle
John Woodroofe listed one sorrell Nagg with a white face and fower white feete with sadle and bridle
Mr Robert Humerston Listed one browne Nagg with a starr on his forehead with a saddle and bridle
Peter Johnson, listed one bright bay Nagg with a white starr on his forehead sadle and bridle