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 +===Exact Journall===
 (1) E.252.37 A diary, or, An exact iournall No.2 24-31.5.1644 (1) E.252.37 A diary, or, An exact iournall No.2 24-31.5.1644
  
  
-(2) Sir Thomas ​Hoopers ​inclusion under I.O. can possibly be explained by the fact that he was Captain of Dragoons under Prince Rupert. However in the following notes below you will see that Sir Arthur Aston sent the Dragoons to Prince Rupert thoroughly disgusted with their conduct.+===Hooper=== 
 +(2) Sir Thomas ​Hooper'​s ​inclusion under I.O. can possibly be explained by the fact that he was Captain of Dragoons under Prince Rupert. However in the following notes below you will see that Sir Arthur Aston sent the Dragoons to Prince Rupert thoroughly disgusted with their conduct.
  
  
 +===Stevens'​ Papers===
 (3) Papers of Captain Henry Stevens (3) Papers of Captain Henry Stevens
 26.9.1644 26.9.1644
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   *Captain Amery (Edward?)   *Captain Amery (Edward?)
  
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 +===Sir Walter Pye===
  
 (4) Add. Mss 18980 f.8 (4) Add. Mss 18980 f.8
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 Note: Sir Walter Pye later led [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​sir-walter-pye|Sir Walter Pye’s Regiment of Horse]] Note: Sir Walter Pye later led [[royalist:​horse-regiments:​sir-walter-pye|Sir Walter Pye’s Regiment of Horse]]
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 +===Skirmish at Henley===
  
 Add.Mss.18980 f.16 Add.Mss.18980 f.16
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 Oxford 24.Jan 1642/3. Oxford 24.Jan 1642/3.
  
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 +===Armour===
  
 WO55.423.155 WO55.423.155
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 John Warcuppe John Warcuppe
  
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 +===Plundering Marcham===
  
 E.258.4.3 December 1644 E.258.4.3 December 1644
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 All marched from Oxford to Marcham to plunder. All marched from Oxford to Marcham to plunder.
  
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 +===Boncle'​s Troop===
  
 E.307.18 E.307.18
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 Boncle was a Colonel when captured at Naseby Boncle was a Colonel when captured at Naseby
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