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2. die Novembris 1642. by the Comissaries [CENTRE HEADING]
Thomas Crosse of Deddome in Essex Listed one white Nagg with sadle and bridle
George Cole of the same Clothier, Listed one Croppeard browne bay Nagg blinde of one Eye with sadle and bridle
John Ricks of the same Clothier Listed one browne bay Mare with bridle and sadle
Nathaniell Backler of the same Clothier listed one bay Mare with a blaze with bridle and sadle
Thomas Heckford of the same Clothier listed one gray Guelding with sadle and bridle
Edward fforman of The same Tanner, Listed one browne Nagg with a sadle and bridle
Edmond Sherman of the same Clothier listed one blacke Guelding with sadle and bridle
Richard Sherman of the same Clothier Listed one bay Guelding with sadle and bridle
John Price of the same Haberdasher Listed one bay bald Nagg with two white feete
Alexander Somer Draper listed one black Mare bare
Mathew Bridges gent listed one gray Mare with wall Eyes one white Nagg and one black Nagg with a starr
Joseph Vaughan Goldsmith Listed one grissell bay Nagg with a bald face and three white feete, sadle and bridle
John Charles Brewer Listed one gray horse, and one black Nagg, with one sadle and bridle
John Wood Clothier, listed one black Nagg with sadle and bridle
John Hale of Towlesunt Darsie Clerke listed one browne spaid Mare bare
William Stacye yeoman listed one Iron gray Guelding
Robert ffoscett Haberdasher listed one white Mare
George Tharpe listed one white fleabitten guelding and one bay Mare
William Blacke of the old Jury Barber Chirurgion listed one blacke Guelding with sadle and bridle
Nathaniell Warde of Sackwell in Essex Clerke, listed one bay guelding with a starr with sadle and bridle
Thomas Massie Girdler listed one bay guelding sadle and bridle
Daniell Sherman of Deddome Clothier, Listed one sorrell Guelding with sadle and bridle