SP 28/131/4 f.3v Annotate

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John Smyth yeoman, Listed one [?fleabXXXXX]


John Smyth Merchantayler, Listed one [?XXXXXXXXXX]


John Harris Prentice Listed one black [?XXXXXXXXXX] saddle and bridle valued att


John Sowthwood skinner, Listed one browne bay Nagg


Mr. Wood of Saint Lawrence lane silkeman, Listed [?onXXXXXX] Nagg valued att


William Challener Draper, Listed one bay horse with a great sadle and furniture


12. die Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

John Waterton shipwright Listed one white Nagg with sadle and bridle


Henry Glascott of ffarnam gent listed one browne bay horse with scratches in the heeles


John Best Stabler, Listed one roan bald nagg crackt winded


Edward Arlebeyre shippwright, Listed one gray fleabitten Nagg


Henry Askettle shippwright, Listed one black guelding


Mathew Hardy Draper, Listed one able gray Mare with a sadle and bridle


Charles ffox Leatherseller, Listed one gray Nagg


13. die Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

John Parker yeoman, Listed one bay guelding with a blase


Henry Hampson, Merchantayler, Listed one black Nagg with sadle and bridle


Samuell Browne and Thomas Rosse of London Bridge listed one white Nagg with sadle and bridle


ffrancis Barton Girdler, Listed one bay guelding with one eye bare


Thomas Judd Goldsmith, Listed one gray guelding bare


Richard Perry Merchantayler, Listed one bay guelding with a starr with bridle and sadle


James Dehem Merchaunt, Listed one gray Nagg with sadle and bridle


William Platts of Soaperlane Clothier, Listed one light gray Nagg bare


ffrancis Parson Merchantayler, Listed one fleabitten gray Mare bare


14to. die. Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

Jeremy Lagden of Hempsted in Essex yeoman Listed one white gray Nagg bare


Mager Vavasour brewer, Listed one gray Nagg with sadle and bridle


William Heacock brewer listed two bay Naggs and one black browne croppeard horse


Philip Butcher stiller, Listed one gray Nagg and one browne guelding


Edmond Austen feltmaker, Listed one Iron gray Nagg with sadle and bridle