John Rogers.
17th July 1674
Reference Numbert16740717-2

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The second John Rogers , who was brought in by Habeas Corpus from Canterbury Goal for Fellony the 14 th of July Instant, He was Indicted for Stealing of a Mare of four pounds price, and a Guelding of 8. pounds price from one William Webb , and by another Indictment for Stealing a Gelding of the value of Ten pounds from one Edward Carey , upon both which Indictments he was found Guilty , though he used many Evasions to excuse himself, yet the evidence was full and clear, and he was known to have been concern'd formerly, and so received likewise sentence of Death .

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