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31. die Octobris 1642./ by the Comissaries [CENTRE HEADING]
Thomas Adams yeoman of Thaxstead in Essex Listed one browne bay horse bare
Margery Aldredge widdowe and Richard Mathew her sonn, Listed one bay guelding bare
William Reynolds yeoman listed one bay Nagg bare
Samuel Gosse Grocer, listed one black guelding, and one white guelding
Gabriell Newman Merchant Listed one gray Nagg with a sadle and bridle
Thomas Latchmare and John Beale salters, Listed one dun Nag with a sadle and bridle
William Butler Tallow Chaundler Listed one gray Mare with a sadle and bridle
Thomas Atkins Vintner Listed one white Mare with a sadle and bridle
Anthony Uphill Stationer Listed one white gray fleabitten Nagg with sadle and bridle
Robert Pargiter Grocer Listed one sorrell Nagg with a sadle and bridle
Thomas Barrett Tallowchaundler, Listed one Gray Mare with a saddle and bridle
Laighton Owen gent Listed one black Nagg with two white feete behinde with a sadle and bridle
Josias Primate Leatherseller, Listed one bay Nagg with sadle and bridle
Richard Symons Vintner, Listed one white Nagg with a bridle
1. die Novembris 1642. by the Commissaries [CENTRE HEADING]
Elidad Blackwell Clerke listed one bay Nagg with a starr furnished with a sadell and bridle Musquett bandoleeres and a sword
Urian Normansall Dyer, listed one white Guelding and one browne bay Guelding both with saddles and bridles
Samuel Warner and William Tompson, Listed one bay Nag with one Eye with sadle and bridle
ffrancis Parson Merchantayler, Listed one bay Mare with a bridle
John Thorragod gent Listed one bay Nag bare
John Potter gent Listed one gray Nagg bare
William Underwood grocer, Listed one bay Nag with one eye, one pibald Nag, one black with a starr, one sorrell Nagg, and one browne bald Nagg valued att 3li: 10s le peece
John Sand of East harringfeild in Chelmesford hundred in Essex, listed one white Nagg bare
Henry Carter, Listed one Iron gray horse bare
Richard Hawkins yeoman, listed one browne black Nagg bare
John Harris girdler, Listed one pide Nagg with sadle and bridle
Agnes Lee of Waking in Surrey widdow listed one Roan Mare