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 Captain ​                          Peter Langston ​               (2) + ment. I.O. Captain ​                          Peter Langston ​               (2) + ment. I.O.
 Captain ​                          ​Leonard Bowman ​           ​ Captain ​                          ​Leonard Bowman ​           ​
- +Captain ​                          David Woodfield ​              (4) 
-Lieutenant ​                                 Browne ​                (5) to Capt. Stephens+  ​ 
 +Lieutenant ​                                 Browne ​                (5) to  Capt. Stephens
 Lieutenant ​                    ​Robert Sivabie ​                 (3) to Sgt. Maj. Hall      ​ Lieutenant ​                    ​Robert Sivabie ​                 (3) to Sgt. Maj. Hall      ​
 Lieutenant ​                    ​Thomas Wells                   I.O. Oxon. to Sgnt. Maj. Bowman ​ Lieutenant ​                    ​Thomas Wells                   I.O. Oxon. to Sgnt. Maj. Bowman ​
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 July 5th 1644 July 5th 1644
 David Woodfield being unable to attend the Mayor and Courts of this City owing to the fact that he is serving with the Regiment,it is decided tat the Mayor,the thirteen and the Bailiffs,​shall appoint some one to supply his place,​during these distracted times,and that he shall have a suitable allowance out of his fees. David Woodfield being unable to attend the Mayor and Courts of this City owing to the fact that he is serving with the Regiment,it is decided tat the Mayor,the thirteen and the Bailiffs,​shall appoint some one to supply his place,​during these distracted times,and that he shall have a suitable allowance out of his fees.
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 +(4) Original Typescript of Strangers in Oxford in my possession. V.J
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 +Note. David Woodfield was a Captain or Leader of the City soldiers in 1642 when he let Sir John Byron into Oxford.
  
 September 26th 1644 September 26th 1644
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 Accepted 17. Novemb: 1646 Accepted 17. Novemb: 1646
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 +Being a Town Regiment led to some sad times.
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 +Oxford Parish Register St. Mary the Virgin Burials
 +31st March 1643/4 Francis,​wife of Leonard Bowman buried ​
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 (5) Oxford Council Acts Hobson & Salter 1933 Oxford Historical Society (5) Oxford Council Acts Hobson & Salter 1933 Oxford Historical Society