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Horse and Armes listed under severall Captaines of
the Cittye of London, cheifely for the defence of the said

11o. die Octobris 1642./ by the Commissaries [CENTRE HEADING]

for Captain Washborne [LEFT MARGIN]

Edward Heath att the Castle att Bishopsgate}
pewterer listed one gray gelding furnished with a}
Carabine, a Case of pistolls, a buffe Coate and a sword}
all valued by the Commissaries att}

24. 00. 00

12o. die Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

Captain Browne [LEFT MARGIN]

James Medlicott att the black boy neere Pauls wharfe}
in Thames streete Dyer, listed one gray trotting gelding}
furnished with a Carabine, pistolls, buffe Coate and sword valued at:

24. 00. 00

Captain Browne [LEFT MARGIN]

Rushworth Esquire att the golden bale in Sheerelane}
listed one bright bay horse with a starr valued att}

14 [?XX] 00

Captain Mainwaring [LEFT MARGIN]

ffrancis Warner belonging to Alderman Andrewes Leather=}
seller listed one able white and gray pied gelding his Rider}
Thomas Jones armed with a sadle and furniture, a Carabine}
a Case of pistolls, a buffe Coate and a sword valued att}

27. 00. 00

15to. Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

Thomas Browne the elder of Cheapeside Grocer listed}
one bay horse furnished with a Case of pistolls a buffe}
Coate and a sword valued att}

23. 00. 00

Captain Mainwaring [LEFT MARGIN]

Edward Young of Shipp yard in Littlewoodstreete Carpenter}
listed one black roan horse with sadle and bridle valued att}

18. 00. 00

17o. Octobris 1642. [CENTRE HEADING]

Captain Harvey [LEFT MARGIN]

Timothie Whiteing att the Corner of soperlane in Cheapeside}
Merchantayler, listed one browne bay gelding with a sadle and}
furniture a buffe Coate and a Case of pistolls valued att}

23. [?XXXX]

Captain Browne [LEFT MARGIN]

this horse the owner never put in service [LEFT MARGIN]

Mathew Alsopp att Gardiners lane in Kings streete in Westminster}
haberdasher listed one gray gelding with a sadle and furniture, a}
Case of pistolls and a right buffe Coate all valued att}


Srjeant Major Skippon [LEFT MARGIN]

Edmond Webberley of Colmanstreete Merchant listed}
one browne bay horse with a blaze, and one bright bay horse}
furnished with Carabines, pistolls buffe Coates and swords valued att}


Captain Browne [LEFT MARGIN]

Edward Young of Shipp yeard in Little woodstreete}
listed one Iron gray horse with 3 white feete with sadle and furniture}
Carabine, pistolls, buffe Coate and sword valued att}


Captain Harvey [LEFT MARGIN]

Thomas Thorald in Saint Laurence Pountneyes lane Esquire listed two}
sadd browne bay horses, one of them with a blaze and two white feete}
the other with a bald face, both valued att}






ffrancis Warner

"the arlate Robert Oxwicke and companie videlicet Matthew Batson, Robert Russell, Richard Russell, Thomas Stone, Zacharie Lewes, James Lever, [?Carlake] Mumma, Jacob Mumina, francis Warner and this deponent togeather with one Stephen Jeffrey and one Mathias Leny all Merchants of London and subjects of this commonwealth well knowne to him this Deponent were are and ought to be the true and lawfull Owners and Proprieters of the shipp the Endeavour[1]

"all the Callicoes of ffrancis Warner and Mr Bathurst both Inhabitants of London"[2]

"[HEARTH TAX, 1666] Little St Hellens

Ald. Francis Warner 14 hearths[3]

ye Company Leather Selers 15 hearths"[4]

PROB 11/379 Cann 1-51 Will of Francis Warner of City of London 07 March 1685
  1. HCA 13/71 f.329r
  2. HCA 13/72 f.373v
  3. Ald. Francis Warner, Just possibly Francis Warner (PROB 11/379 Cann 1-51 Will of Francis Warner of City of London 07 March 1685); 'Hearth Tax: City of London 1666, St Helen Bishopsgate ', in London Hearth Tax: City of London and Middlesex, 1666 (2011), accessed12/07/2015
  4. 'Hearth Tax: City of London 1666, St Helen Bishopsgate ', in London Hearth Tax: City of London and Middlesex, 1666 (2011), accessed12/07/2015