William Grant.
6th April 1687
Reference Numbert16870406-26
VerdictGuilty
SentenceDeath

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William Grant , of the Parish of St. Ann Westminster , was Tryed for Deserting his Colours, in the Company of Capt. Parsons, and in the Regiment of his Grace the Duke of Grafton; on the 20th. of September last , and upon Tryal it appeared he had not only Received his Shilling Enterance or Retaining Mony, but had further Received the Kings Pay; and in March last was Mustered, which he not being able to deny was found Guilty of the Fellony.

[Death. See summary.]


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